For many Christmas is an exciting time of the year. However it also brings with it a high level of stress and anxiety. Learn how to navigate the holiday season peacefully.
And most of all, call an 8 day Family Peace Foundation truce this Christmas. If there is any conflict, grievances, distress, long held grudges, upset, bad feelings, anger, resentment, on going tension or anything of the like in your family whatsoever, call a Family Peace Foundation 8 Day Christmas truce.
And give your children a Christmas they’ll cherish forever.
peaceful family Christmas
call an 8 day Family Peace Foundation truce this Christmas. If there is any conflict, grievances, distress, long held grudges, upset, bad feelings, anger, resentment, on going tension or anything of the like in your family whatsoever, call a Family Peace Foundation 8 Day Christmas truce.
split family Christmas
There is a whole new level of stress for split families at Christmas. Both for parents and for children.
a sense of magic
Take a leaf out of children’s book this Christmas. Believe in Santa and miracles. Notice the happiness and joy. Choose to make your Christmas special.
downsizing and upsizing at Christmas
If the stress of buying lots of presents is getting too great why not get the whole family to come together and come back to the underlying meaning of Christmas. Downsize on the gift giving and upsize on the quality of the gifts.
table talk – after a loss, Christmas can be more about connecting
With the loss of a loved one Christmas can take a completely different meaning. Maybe finding that connection with others gives you Christmas joy in these situations.
is Christmas over rated
Getting hooked on the hype of what Christmas ‘must be’ can create unnecessary stress in your life. The Christmas frenzy doesn’t have to be. Stop and think about what’s really important for you and your family at this time and stick to that.
kids coming together
Learn from the young ones this Christmas. Catch up and talk about what is great and what’s fun.
Do we pack too much expectation into the Christmas season. School holidays, vacations and New Year are all crammed into one period.
make a difference in someone else’s life
Look to what you can do for someone else this Christmas. How can you help others less fortunate than you. It’s a great reminder of how fortunate you are.
remembering loved ones past
Christmas can be difficult when you’ve lost someone special. Take the time at Christmas to remember them and the impact they had on your life.
well thought out presents
Think through the quality and the benefit of the presents. How much are those presents going to be used. Lasting presents that continue to be used keep the memory of the specialness of giving alive.
You can have a lot of fun with silly small presents that make people laugh.