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Coping with the Holiday Blues

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There are plenty of holidays scattered throughout the months of November and December, and these final months of the year are so synonymous with celebration that they’re usually referred to as “the holidays.” No matter what you celebrate during the season, the holidays are expected to bring feelings of warmth and joy. Sometimes, though, they might also lead to equally strong feelings of stress or sadness.

At maro, we help parents navigate tough growing-up conversations about mental health and puberty with their kids.

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