It’s on its way and – love it, loathe it, or regard it with indifference – there’s no stopping it. Yes, we’re mere weeks away from Christmas, something that won’t have escaped you, especially if you’ve had to endure Oxford Street (where the Christmas message is somewhat undermined by festive lights advertising Sky TV) or been exposed to yet another nauseatingly cutesy advert for a well-known department store. Of course, there’s much to love and to celebrate about this time of the year, with its timely reminders about love, forgiveness, togetherness and kindness. But it’s impossible to escape the marketing side of it. And that can be depressing. All those noisy, squawking TV ads with their enforced jollity and artifice. All that gaudy razzle-dazzle and tawdry tinsel. There’s simply nothing for it but to ensure you stay relaxed. And there’s no quicker route to inner piece than male massage London. The capital is where you’re guaranteed a luxury, international service, especially when you make your booking via a deluxe agency like Tantric Soul. You’ll find that a man’s touch is like being rebooted. Actually, to stretch that metaphor a bit further, it’s like doing a clean install before being restored via backup. All those fragmented files are put back together and you find yourself operating smoothly and seamlessly once more.
Christmas is notoriously dispiriting for some people, and it’s worth remembering those lost souls. The ones who don’t have a chirpy, loving family populated by siblings who get on with each other and loving parents who are still together after fifty years of wedded bliss. Some people have fractious families who are constantly at war, with every social event descending into catfights and bickering. And others are estranged from their families with no chance of finding a roaring fire and lots of hugs and kisses to greet them on the big day. And then there are those who simply have no family. Perhaps they are only-children whose parents are no longer alive. Or people who were brought up via the care system and have struggled to forge familial connections in later life. These are the people who sometimes wind up on the street. You can help them by getting involved with charities like Shelter who always have Christmas initiatives designed to bring support and comfort to those who’ve fallen through the cracks. After male massage London, the next best way of beating the Christmas blues is to focus your attention on helping others. That is, after all, the main thrust of the Christmas message. It’s easy enough to love our nearest and dearest but helping strangers requires of us a different, perhaps more sacred kind of love.