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Along with spending time with family and friends, the holidays also bring the stressful task of throwing parties. Doctor Scott Bea with the Cleveland Clinic says people put too much pressure on themselves to have the perfect holiday party.

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Dr. Bea with the Cleveland Clinic says don't be afraid to ask for help.

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A good way to lessen the stress of throwing a party is to spread around the responsibilities. For example, make your party a potluck so you don't have to worry about cooking a full meal for everyone.

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