The Holiday (Stress) Is Here
First reported by Foxnews.com
- Are you feeling stressed during the holidays? You are not alone.
- A new study says 88 percent of Americans are feeling stressed this time of year.
- The average couple will have seven arguments during the most wonderful time of the year. Most disagreements are based on where to spend the holidays and how much money should you shell out for gifts.
- Other holiday stresses involve who’s cooking, who’s cleaning up and having personal or political conversations with family and friends.
- What triggers your holiday stress?
- Are you already deep into it?
While holidays are synonymous with peace, love and joy for many Americans who celebrate, the holiday season is full of physical and emotional discomfort. In fact, 88 percent feel stressed during the holidays, and the average couple will have seven arguments throughout the season, according to new research.
A study of 2,000 Americans examined the potential barriers to a harmonious and stress-free holiday and the topics and instances that often lead to the most stress and arguments, or “festive fallouts” during the season. Results revealed that working out where to spend the holidays (35 percent) and how much money to spend on gifts (31 percent) are most likely to spark a squabble.
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