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The Holiday Syndrome : Who Exactly Came Up With the Idea of Those Christmas Blues ?

@inproceedings{Khazan2017TheHS,
  title={The Holiday Syndrome : Who Exactly Came Up With the Idea of Those Christmas Blues ?},
  author={Olga Khazan},
  year={2017}
}
  • Olga Khazan
  • Published 2017
That time of year has once again arrived: the “holiday season,” which includes all the gatherings and festivities associated with Thanksgiving, Christmas, Hanukkah, and the New Year. And with it invariably comes admonitions to avoid drinking and driving as well as tips to refrain from over-eating. Along with these public health messages, it has become an annual rite for media outlets to warn of the peculiar mental health dangers posed by the holidays. Loneliness for some and stress associated… Expand

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