Psychologist Advice On How To Improve The Holiday Mood And Prepare For The New Year

There will be a lockdown for the New Year holidays or not, but people's mood is already a little spoiled. What can return the mood and continue it until the New Year holidays, psychologist Irina Tarasova will tell us.

More than nine months of quarantine - a minimum of noisy parties and offline meetings with friends, but a maximum of tense nerves. And also, the New Year with Christmas is in jeopardy. And although there is a little more than a month before the New Year, you can create a New Year mood right now.

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Psychologist Advice On How To Improve The Holiday Mood And Prepare For The New Year
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"For those who earlier decide to decorate their homes, this is already a reason to calm down and relax. Because when we see a Christmas tree at home, we see decorations - this is a certain bell, say, a trigger, to turn on the rest mode," explains the psychologist.

This will help you mentally say goodbye to this difficult year and enjoy the taste of waiting for the new.

How to decorate a house for the New Year

"Ranok z Ukraine" collected some tips on how to decorate your house this year to make the next one happy. So, the year of the white metal bull should be greeted in a minimalist style. About colors, give preference to light shades - white, powder, metal. The tree should be free from red, as well as other bright, flashy toys. It is also better to remove hard lines.

A decorated house is good, but a psychologist has separate advice on prolonging the mood before the holiday.

Also read: Find Out How Christmas is Celebrated in Africa

Psychologist Advice On How To Improve The Holiday Mood And Prepare For The New Year
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“There's no need to rush through it all at once, to the maximum. It is important to add a festive mood to the house on a daily or weekly basis, the details that are so important to you,” the expert advises. Therefore, we decorate the house and look forward to the happy year of the silver bull.

Adapted and translated by The Cop Cart Staff

Sources: Today Lifestyle

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