I'll go against the majority and admit that I am pretty well-off at Christmas. I am surrounded by family, mainly because I live at home. It's not really a pleasurable experience (most of my family is so materialistic that they turn Christmas into a celebration of wealth and possession), but I still can't say that I have a problem with having nobody else around. If anything the main thing I dislike about Christmas is having to ruin it for everyone else by pretending I like all the pointless junk people buy for me.
I've always had a policy of spending no money on Christmas gifts. This ensures that only the best gifts are given to people, and it's never a sacrifice of mere wealth that goes into the gift.
Oh, I'm off topic.
I would love to be able to enjoy the company of family and friends, but on Christmas it seems like none of them see eye-to-eye with me. I understand how you're feeling though, with everyone else around you having a great time at Christmas it makes you feel even worse about having nobody to celebrate with. It's understandable. But if you want comfort, then like I said, most people's celebrations aren't something to be jealous of.
Facts do not cease to exist because they are ignored.