Feature leads for the media: Psychology faculty member Mark A. Fine says holiday depression is a common occurrence, often caused by cultural expectations and media portrayal of a traditional family Christmas; Sister Mary Louise Foley, F.M.I., conducts workshops to teach people how to "unplug the Christmas machine."
"Expectations of Traditional Christmas Can Cause Holiday Depression; Celebrate Christmas on the 27th? It's One Way to Unplug the Christmas Machine" (1988). News Releases. 5138.