Holiday Anxieties

The holidays bring in good cheer along with old and new anxieties. More than 168 million people shop between Thanksgiving, Black Friday and Cyber Monday and go into debts. The average household with a median income of $50,000 and on average spend $1000. Consumers stretch their wallets, brans and patience. Have we lost the reason for the season and replaced the reason with consumerism? Perhaps it is time we rethink Christmas. This episode focuses on spending beyond your means and making changes to get out of the tech take-over of your brains.

Song B talks about ways to pause our thought domination and benefits of disciplined behavior to control reactions to unexpected negativity and prevention of going into states of madness. Tools that can help avoid holiday anxieties.

Sister Love recognizes Shero Ava Duvernay, Sister Extraordinaire.

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