by Carol W. Berman, M.D.

Dec 1, 2014

The holiday decorations and treats, time with friends and family: Most of us are looking
forward to enjoying ourselves with our loved ones. But what if we can’t do so because of
unrecognized self-sabotage? Although it’s not as widely discussed as stress and depression, self-sabotage is a common experience for many people during the holiday season.

My friend Janet had invited friends and family to a holiday dinner at her home. As the youngest child,…

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