There are no specific right and wrong ways for families to spend the holidays together, but there could be better ways.
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7 ways to keep Christmas from becoming a tug-of-war
Like my grandmother says, it’s best to “do what you can where you are with what you have.‚”
The joy of the season can be drained away by the decision of where you’re going to spend the holidays.
A first step is to be honest about your emotional pain and give yourself permission to grieve. After all, losing a mate to divorce can be compared to losing one to death.
Don’t let family obligations pull you apart during this season.
Holiday Stress While “dashing through the snow” could be written today as “speeding down the interstate to the mall,” both statements sound stressful to me. With the arrival of the holidays, many of us experience an odd mixture of excitement and dread as we prepare to celebrate the season. We get excited about the lights, …
Do you get the after-holiday “blahs”? Here are some ideas to help you get back to feeling like your normal self.
For families who’ve lost someone they love, the holidays can seem more like something to survive than to enjoy. We need a plan to help us get through what can be a very difficult time of year.
Stepparenting during the holidays can be stressful. Do what you can to make them a sweet time of connection for all families involved with advanced planning. Set what you can’t change at God’s feet.