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Article published on: Tuesday, 15 December 2020

Many of us find Christmas difficult, even without the pandemic. It may be even harder this year after such an unsettling 2020 and with the current restrictions on social gatherings or if you’re self-isolating. Whatever you’re feeling, it’s OK to feel that way.

Here are a few tips to help you through the festive period:

For more information about coping with Christmas, please click here.

For information about Christmas and coronavirus, please click here.

Call NHS 111 for 24/7 mental health advice for adults and children from Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire.

The Bucks Mind telephone line will be open until 4.30pm on Wednesday 23rd December. It will then be closed until Monday 4th January.

Most of our services are open up to and including Christmas Eve (Thursday 24th December). They will then be closed over Christmas and New Year, reopening on Monday 4th January. For full details please see below.

For information on community resources that are available over the Christmas period, please click here.

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