Peace Offering

December 2011
Better Homes & Gardens;Dec2011, Vol. 89 Issue 12, p183
The article presents several recommendations for women to relieve their stress during the holiday season. It cites the latest survey commissioned by the American Psychological Association as of December 2011, which showed that 44% of women experienced a significant increase in stress levels during the holiday season. Among the suggestions are drink hot cocoa while relaxing, send sincere greetings to people, and do a good deed everyday.


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