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December 16, 2001

Finding the joy of Christmas
Loneliness, depression and grief are often exacerbated by the holiday season. For those suffering, Christmas joy can be elusive. But it doesn’t have to be. The true spirit of the season is available to all who seek it.
By David B. Crabtree

Vantage point by Ken Horn: Beating the past


Also in this issue

Leaving loneliness behind
Practical solutions are available for those who feel empty and isolated during the holidays.
By Patricia E. Barrett

Living above depression
Prayer, counseling, physical activity and medical treatment can make the holidays brighter for those gripped by despair.
By Richard A. Serbin

Journeying through grief
How one family overcame the loss of a beloved mother at Christmastime.
By Chris Maxwell


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