During the holidays, we can have blue days. The holidays end, which may cause us blue days for another reason. We hear sad news from friends (like Sharon) and then we really feel blue.
It’s okay to feel blue. It’s okay to tell family members and friends, “I’m feeling blue today.”
When feeling blue, wrap yourself in your familiar. Watch a movie in which you’ve memorized the beginning, middle and end. Read a well-loved book, wear a comforting article of clothing. Prepare a meal your mom used to make, enjoy a regular routine.
The familiar will help your blue become your yellow. And, the yellow will return. Soon, you will awake and feel hopeful and ready. The yellow will fit.
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