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Are you going through a big life change? We all do at some point. An illness or injury, moving, marriage, divorce, career change, a new baby, older children leaving home — all of these are part of life.
But any type of major life event takes an adjustment. For some, a big change can also take a toll on mental health, especially during the holiday season.
If you’re having trouble dealing with a life change, you’ll be happier and healthier if you can find ways to cope. Here are 10 strategies to help you move on to the next phase:
We all go through a big life change at some point. When it happens for you, try to go easy on yourself. You are doing the best you can. Also remember to live as healthy a lifestyle as possible. After all, a healthy body equals a healthy mind.
If you’re struggling with a life change and need support, help is available. Get support from Linden Oaks Behavioral Health.
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