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Hello! If you’re reading this, you’re likely neurodivergent and want to make the most of Christmas. Great! Here are some recommendations for you: 

  1. Set your boundaries: If you get tired easily or need alone time to recharge, don’t hesitate to let your loved ones know you need a moment for yourself. Don’t feel guilty about it; taking care of yourself is important
  2. Plan ahead: If the idea of not knowing what will happen at Christmas stresses you out, try planning ahead. Talk to your family or friends about their plans so you can mentally prepare.
  3. Seek moments of tranquility: If you find yourself in an overwhelming situation, look for a quiet place where you can relax. It could be a separate room or even going for a walk. 
  4. Don’t feel obligated to do anything: If you’re not in the mood for a specific Christmas activity or tradition, don’t feel obligated to participate. It’s important to do what makes you feel good and comfortable. 
  5. Communicate your needs: If you need help or support at any time, don’t hesitate to communicate it. Your loved ones will be happy to assist you.

Remember that Christmas is a time to enjoy and share with our loved ones, but it’s also essential to take care of ourselves. We hope these recommendations are helpful, and you can make the most of this special time. 

Happy Holidays! 

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