Dysfunctional Family? How To Survive The Holiday Season
It’s easy to be excited about holiday gatherings when you get along with your relatives. For some of us, however, a dysfunctional family dynamic can be a source of intense stress this time of year.
3 Safe Thanksgiving Conversation Topics
Thanksgiving is notorious for having heated conversations about politics with family. If you’d rather avoid having another argument about healthcare with your in-laws, then here are a few safe conversation starter ideas (that might even create stronger family ties):
6 Holiday Conversation Landmines To Avoid
Want to avoid holiday arguments, awkward conversations and uncomfortable moments with family this year? Then you should probably avoid these topics: 1. T.V. Spoilers When you’ve seen every episode of American Vandal, and some of your relatives are still watching (not binging), it’s best not to spoil it for them or you could make them very upset.
6 Ways To Honor And Reconnect With Veterans
The first Veterans Day – then called Armistice Day – marked the end of WWI, on November 11, 1919. Since 1926, the United States has observed November 11 as a day to honor all American veterans – living or dead.
3 Ways To Lose a Family Member (And One Way To Find Them)
Our expectations of family life often come up short in reality. In some cases what should be a loving haven actually turn into a nightmare and family members can not only drift apart, but even become lost to one another over time.
The Five Most Common Marriage Secrets
The question of whether or not to tell your spouse everything may be a personal one. Some couples wake up and share the dreams they had every morning, while others have a good relationship keeping more separate lives.