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If you are trying to persuade your family or colleagues to start decorating their homes to greet Christmas, but they insist it is too early, tell them that psychologists have confirmed that people who decorate their homes for Christmas early are happier than those who wait until late, according to What reported the British "The Independent".
Psychologists have explained that decorating the house early and spreading the0 lights and radiant colors makes people happier because this atmosphere creates an atmosphere of happiness in the home and stimulates the spirit of childhood and forgotten innocence due to the pressures of life and responsibilities.
"A lot of people feel nostalgia for their childhood, either to relieve stress or to compensate for neglect and deficiency in their childhood," said psychologist Steve McCoyon.
And a study published in the journal "Environmental Psychology" revealed that Christmas decorations are a way to retrieve the beautiful memories and times that people lived with loved ones.
As the end of the year approaches, some celebrities make an effort to coordinate the decorations of their seasonal homes, and no one is perfect at decorating Christmas trees and spreading festive atmosphere like them, such as the legendary Kylie Jenner tree. Most of us could not even contain a tree the size of their trees.
It's time to see some celebrity homes decorated for Christmas, from global stars to blogs, in preparation for the celebration of the glorious festivals.
The Bible talks about the birth of Christ, but it is devoid of references to the traditions and customs of Christmas celebrations. The rituals of celebration vary from region to region according to the diversity of cultures and civilizations. These rituals evolved over the ages until they were transformed from religious rites into social customs. There are festive appearances that characterize birthdays in Germany and the West in general, for example decorating the Christmas tree and child-watching for Santa Claus, who was originally a bishop in Asia Minor during the fourth century AD.
However, the newly taken picture has changed, as Santa Claus appears as an elderly man with a white beard, two pink cheeks, a red dress, and black shoes. This image first appeared in 1881 in the newspaper, Harpers, as an advertisement for the Coca-Cola Company. The Christmas tree, which shines with lights and decorated with red crystals, is also a joyful aspect that floods Christmas celebrations, not to mention the Christmas cakes made with honey, raisins, sugar, and spices. Add to this the exchange of gifts between family members.
As many Christmas songs come and go, this is one of those true classics that will always be with us. Loved by many children and adults alike, we've all have seen how the Grinch stole Christmas. What better way to kick off the Christmas spirit with a little Grinch!?