Good Grief and Bad Friday

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While Tara did get quite a bit of a head start on decorating compared to most, the holiday season is still definitely around the corner. This time of year fills a lot of people with festive cheer, but it can dredge up a lot of negative feelings as well. So for this week, Matt and Tara explain how you can stay sane over the holidays and be there for friends who might not be having the best go of it. As well, Tara discusses her hatred of crowds, Matt makes a shocking Black Friday revelation, and our hosts weigh in on the best Black Friday shopping brawls.

Episode Highlights:

  • How you can reach out to others who might need some company during the holidays
  • Are we losing Black Friday? Let us know by texting 1-833-DSP-TEXT!
  • Which items would Tara actually want to camp out for on Black Friday morning?

Quotes:

“We’re just trying to let people know it’s okay to struggle with mental health.”

“It’s okay to talk about how you’re actually feeling about these things that are happening to you!”

“Get in touch with your therapist before they go on vacation.”

“I think it’s always better to say something than to not.”

“You can be grieving and experience happiness at the same time.”

“We are now shopping so early for Christmas that Black Friday, in my opinion, has become completely irrelevant.”

“Just for the record, if anyone says Tara and I camping somewhere, there’s a problem.”

“If you’re gonna take your child to a shared activity, put your phone down and make sure they’re at least behaving themselves.”

Links:

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