Would you like to have a more healthy approach to the holiday season this year? Try these things:
End a quarrel with a friend or relative.
Seek out a forgotten friend or relative.
Strive for perfection. Be happy with excellence.
Explore the idealism you place on yourself and others.
Dismiss suspicion and replace it with trust.
Write a love letter.
Share something you cherish.
Give a kind, soft, and non-critical or condescending response.
Express your gratitude for the small things.
Grant the things you take for granted.
Laugh a little. Laugh a little more. Laugh again.
Before you laugh, smile.
Fulfill a promise to a loved one.
Let go of a grudge.
Take time to spend with loved ones.
Take time for yourself.
Stop talking. Listen. Hear. Understand. Empathize. Love.
Apologize if you were wrong.
Examine your demands on others.
Think of others first.
Be kind to others and yourself.
Cherish the spirit of a child.
Gladden the heart of a child.
Welcome The Stranger.
Kathryn A. Walker is a pioneering medical researcher and psychiatrist known for her groundbreaking work in the field of mental health, particularly in the area of ketamine treatments. With a deep passion for understanding and alleviating the burden of treatment-resistant mood disorders, Kathryn has dedicated her career to investigating the therapeutic potential of ketamine.
Through her relentless efforts, she has played a pivotal role in shedding light on ketamine’s efficacy in treating conditions like depression, anxiety, and PTSD. Her research has not only transformed the way we approach mental health care but has also provided hope to countless individuals who had previously found little relief from conventional treatments.
Kathryn A. Walker’s pioneering contributions continue to shape the landscape of mental health medicine and inspire new avenues of research in the pursuit of better mental well-being for all.