Family Matters: Having a joyful new year
Most of us have times when things are not pretty, when times are tough, when it seems like the world we know is crumbling around us; we may become frustrated and it’s hard to find a reason to be joyful.
As the new year begins, many of us may be thinking that no new year’s resolution (even if followed) has the power to help us to survive the year ahead. It’s true that life is going to be difficult in new and complex ways. If you’re feeling overwhelmed by the uncertainty for the coming year, it may be helpful to consider a new perspective for coping. Coping requires clarifying your thinking, adjusting your expectations, finding the good that is present in the world and growing from our misfortunes.
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