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Special Section: Rosh Hashanah Managing social anxiety during the High Holidays

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Posted: Wednesday, August 22, 2018 12:47 pm

It is not an uncommon concern to try to find ways to avoid discussing politics or religion and other annoying topics during the holiday season when visiting with friends and relatives.

Many people believe that, despite their efforts, they will be faced with difficult topics that will contribute to their anxiety and depressed mood during holiday celebrations. There are definite steps you can take when facing difficult topics, challenging friends and/or relatives this holiday season.

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