The holidays offer plenty of reasons to be stressed out and anxious -- the
gifts you haven’t wrapped, the pile of cookie exchange invites, the office
parties. But for many, the biggest source of holiday stress is family -- the
family dinner, the obligations, and the burden of family tradition. And if
you’re fighting clinical depression, or have had depression in the past, the
holiday stress can be a trigger for more serious problems.
“There’s this idea that holiday gatherings with family are...