There are ways to enjoy the season without having to pull your hair out.
'Tis the season to be jolly but why are people fighting over crock pots and MP3 players?
Most people freak out about three particular things during the holiday. Specifically, time, money and other people.
When it comes to time, limit yourself to the festivities, both on the giving and the receiving end.
After all, there's only so much eggnog.
Pick two or three things that you really, really want to do and then reserve the other times for yourself.
If the expense of the holidays is nipping at your wallet, set a budget and stick to it.
Remember, some of the best Christmas memories don't come from a store.
Experiences are usually a lot better than things, especially during the holiday season.
For some, creating the perfect holiday can bring on frustrations and unrealistic expectations.
Doctors suggest during this time of year -- just breathe.
Take one weekend where you plan to do nothing, but do things that you need to do for yourself.