Thanksgiving is a wonderful time for feeling gratitude and sharing with loved ones … and it can also bring a lot of stress and unresolved family issues. Here are 5 tips that may help you find balance over the Holidays.
One of the biggest stress makers during the Holidays is when you spend an extended length of time with your family. Here are 5 tips for finding your Middle Ground … and feeling more balanced this year.
Let’s face it, spending 24-7 with anyone can be stressful, so here is some wisdom to help you make it through this year with less drama, tears and opening of old wounds.
1. Lower your expectations. This isn’t the movies, this is real life. And life has its ups and downs! We may put a lot of work into the decorations, food and the family setting to make it look perfect, but it can it really be like in the movies? Accept that there will be emotional baggage being brought into the house and through the Holidays. When we recognize that, we can think about how we want to handle it –…
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Good tips, Val.
We’re spending the day with my sister’s family on Thursday. I don’t expect much in the way of family friction. We’re all vegetarian or vegan . . . so our blood rarely boils.
Have a lovely time with your sister and family Nancy …
There will be more turkeys being thankful 💛
“Lower your expectations”
You’ve got me cracked up before I’ve even clicked through to view the original Val! XD Damned good advice though!
Tip #6: Cook dinner in your sheerest nightgown (as per pic) since it’s apt to get hot in the kitchen if you’re roasting a bird. 😛
Love this advice Nancy!! 😍
Happy thanksgiving. I hope it is a wonderful day for you and your family. Great advice to all those who need it.
Thank you Karen! It isn’t a long tradition for me as I came here as woman in my 30’s … But it is such a wonderful opportunity to give thanks… And to snuggle up at home with my man and our pups!