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The holiday season is classically known as a happy time of year, but this is not always the case for some patients.

During these months, the holiday season can trigger stress related to increased expectations, finances, and family interaction, but it typically resolves once the holidays are over. However, there are other conditions that can persist past the holiday season and may require more intervention to resolve.
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