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How To Turn Holiday Drama Into Holiday Compassion: Part 1


Holidays are supposed to be a festive time of gathering, celebrating, and enjoying our loved ones. And there can be a ton of drama. Relatives crammed into a small space, expectations running high, and you never know when someone is going to get offended or bring up that topic that always leads to arguments.

Here in the U.S. we’ve just completed mid-term elections, so there’s plenty of politics to discuss. Whether your family is one who can talk openly about hot topics like politics, or chooses to “agree to disagree” to keep the peace, it’s often tough to keep drama from sucking the festivity right out of the room. Here are the first two tips for keeping yourself sane this holiday season. Tune in next week for three more tips to bring compassion to your holiday season.

 

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