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By Jamon Smith
University of Alabama
The ideal Christmas of times past with extended family and friends gathered together will not be the reality of Christmas 2020.
Because of the pandemic, things are just different, and so, too, is Christmas.
Sha-Rhonda Green, assistant professor of social work at the University of Alabama, said the normal stress, anxiety and depression that accompany the holiday season have been compounded by sickness and deaths from coronavirus, as well as social distancing, limits on the size of gatherings, job losses and other virus-related issues.
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