Homewood Health – Staying Connected During the Holidays
As we move into the last month of 2020, we know that traditional holiday celebrations will need to be reframed due to COVID-19. We’ve been living with gathering restrictions and adhering to public health guidelines intended to keep us protected and safe. Many people are used to having full social calendars of holiday-themed events. It’s hard to imagine experiencing the holidays
in any other way. While some people will embrace creative adaptations, others will struggle. However, the truth is that not everyone would agree that the holidays are the “most wonderful time of the year”. But perhaps this year especially, it’s going to be essential to recognize that feelings of loneliness and isolation can have a significant effect on someone’s mental health.