Comfort is a funny thing. People coping with stress find comfort in a variety of things – from the smell of your grandmother’s pot roast, the crispness of fresh bedsheets, drinking tea on a rainy Sunday afternoon, hitting the road for a long run on your favorite trail, or immersing yourself in the familiar routine…

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It is no surprise that the holidays are often accompanied by stress, anxiety, and depression. The flurry of shopping, cleaning, baking, eating, and running around is compounded by actual flurries of snow, rain, sleet, wind and whatever other states of water the season brings us. The craze of activity and the gray short days can…

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