Is it normal to feel extremely anxious and frightened in these last days leading up to Christmas?
Since a bad Christmas is the ultimate disappointment and downfall (worse then death as at least there is hope after death) I am scared, very scared. Is this a normal feeling?
- Anonymous2 months agoFavorite Answer
I have never heard of such a thing!
Even if one is alone and doing nothing; IF they do Beleive in GOD they still have LOVE!
Look at all the ones that are lucky if they can find a little of food to even eat!
Why don't you plan this party somewhere where people do Not have any food or anything else?
Study the Bible! It states that we are ALL here being tested by GOD! If we fail this Test; then we will go to Hell, at the end of this life! IF we die even hating one other person, then we will go to Hell; because Heaven is a place that is ALL LOVE!
If someone kills themselves self they all go straight to Hell! They do not even get to go to the Judgement Area first! For they are hating GOD, along with their selves!
Only if some died a s child or lived their whole life without even hearing of GOD and that GOD sent Jesus, will their sole have another life! And since we are here typing of GOD and Christmas; then we have both heard it!
- tonyLv 72 months ago
make it ur daily mission to make a conscious effort to better ur mental health little by little.Set realistic expectations for the holidays. As special as they are, they will not erase all of your past problems. The good news is that, for most people, holiday blues are temporary.
- Anonymous2 months ago
Normal people are filled with joy and exuberance, anticipating a wondrous holiday season. Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays !
- susanLv 72 months ago
No, because most people wouldn't share your view that a bad Christmas is the worst thing that can happen to someone.
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- Jake No ChatLv 72 months ago
Anxiety does run higher in many people during the holidays. That is a normal feeling. Find a setting or some happier thoughts to reflect upon from time to time. That may help you to relax a bit. In any case. Have a very safe, and merry Christmas.
- Anonymous2 months ago
1 Cor 10:20,21;Matt 7:21-23 jw.org
- KiethLv 72 months ago
You decide what disappoints you, and you decide what a "bad Christmas" is. Forget what others dump on you, you don't need their trash.