By Brian D. King

Christmas, New Year’s, and the winter months feel blue to many. While the season brings together family, which for many is a source of joy, but for those who experienced childhood trauma, reunions can provoke sadness. Some experience sadness because they are away from family, or they perceive that they are missing out on experiences with their friends or family. This kind of sadness is often triggered by overuse of social media, according to mental health professionals.

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