Christmas Psychology Blogs and Articles

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The Spirit of the 1914 Christmas Truce – “A World War I interlude among British and German troops shows how even bitter foes can work out rituals of cooperation.” (The Wall Street Journal)

Bad Santa: The Psychology Behind Ghastly Gifts – “So what, indeed, is the thought process that goes into choosing a bad gift? What goes on in the psyches of the gifting-challenged? The answer, according to psychologists, may be less mystifying, and perhaps even more thoughtful, than you might think.” (The Globe and Mail)

Therapy and “The Gift of the Magi” – “The word “therapy” is derived from the Greek word for healing. And although therapy begins with a focus on our individual healing, the fruit and the proof of any good therapy is the ability to move beyond ourselves and love others more and better.” (Jay R. Feld, LMFT)

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