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COPING WITH THE HOLIDAYS WORKSHEET
On this page we will provide you with a Coping With the Holidays worksheet. It will help you to explore why we often tend to get bored or feel anxious on holidays.
What is Coping With the Holidays worksheet?
Holidays are a great way to relax and take a break from the busy routine, but too many days off the busy life also brings other emotions like boredom, concerns, anxiety, worries related to finances, cruises and relationships.
These emotions are interlinked and hard to handle, that is why it is extremely important to know why you feel what you feel. One of the major factors that worsens the holidays stress is the unrealistic, picture perfect expectations from your holidays, that you will have the best time of your life, which can be made sure of. Since there are other people involved.
How Coping With the Holidays worksheet helps?
This worksheet will help you to understand why you feel anxious on holidays and how to cope up with the holiday stress. One of the major reasons that Holidays often bring stress is because there is a lot of time for you to unwind yourself and your relationships.
This worksheet will help you to find out the reason behind your unpleasant thoughts on holidays, it will help you to completely unwind your emotional state during the holidays. Hol;idays are a great way to relax and solve any problem that needs to be solved and wasn’t being catered before.
Instructions on how to use the Coping With the Holidays worksheet.
Use this worksheet to understand why holidays often bring stress and make you anxious.
You can download this worksheet here.
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On this page we provided you with a Coping With the Holidays worksheet.which hopefully helped you to explore why we often tend to get bored or feel anxious on holidays.
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