Dealing with the prospects of a Thanksgiving without family

[Fox 9 News, November 21, 2020] As the clock ticks closer to Thanksgiving, for some the holiday this year feels more like a burden than a blessing.


But, as with many things this year, you are not alone. No matter how you slice it, or who you are, Thanksgiving will be different this year.

"It's sad and part of it is just acknowledging that sadness and grief, rather than trying to push it down and push it down," said Dr. Cheryl Bemel.

Allina Health psychologist Dr. Cheryl Bemel tells us this is the most stressed she's seen people.

Posted on November 22, 2020 in coronavirusMental Health and Addiction

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