Helping You Do Better This Holiday SeasonWith every Christmas and holiday season, we find ourselves repeating the same old patterns, year after year.

You read well-intended columns, much like this one, that suggest, “Just don’t do this” and you’ll be fine. Of course, if all it took was pure will-power, I’d suspect there’d be a lot less need for therapists.

So instead of telling you things you should or shouldn’t do, I’m going to suggest some simple strategies for actually sticking to those other lists.

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