The best way to reduce holiday stress is to take your mind off your ever-growing holiday to-do list and find ways to make others’ holiday burdens lighter. Whether it’s helping an elderly relative with his or her holiday shopping or collecting gifts for children who are less fortunate, helping others will boost your own emotional and mental well-being, while also getting into the true spirit of the holidays.
Interested in learning more? Attend either of two informative Healthy Conversations programs Tidelands Health will be hosting at area libraries in November.
Rottner will discuss strategies to reduce holiday stress on Tuesday, Nov. 19, at Socastee Library and Friday, Nov. 22, at Carolina Forest Library.
The presentation at Socastee Library, located at 141 707 Connector Road in Myrtle Beach, will begin at noon. The presentation at Carolina Forest Library, located at 2250 Carolina Forest Blvd. in Myrtle Beach, begins at 12:30 p.m.
There is no cost to attend either of the programs, and lunch will be provided.
RSVP for the Socastee Library presentation by Friday, Nov. 15, at the library or by calling 843-215-4700. The deadline to register for the Carolina Forest Library presentation is Wednesday, Nov. 20, at the library or by calling 843-915-5282.