Getting Along With Family on Thanksgiving

Published Date 11/26/2013
Under: Love, Relationships & Family



Getting along with family on Thanksgiving

While some people might look forward to spending time with their families on Thanksgiving, not everyone is thrilled at the prospect of having to dedicate hours to feasting with their in-laws. If you haven't always seen eye-to-eye with your extended family, here are some tips on how to survive the Thanksgiving holiday.

The Huffington Post suggests waiting before you open your mouth - this means that when your relatives are making comments, hold your tongue to keep the peace. Practicing this leading up to Thanksgiving might be worth your time.

It's also important to avoid taking your family's comments to heart. We all know people who are guilty of saying things they don't mean, so take their remarks with a grain of salt to keep yourself from becoming stressed. When conversing with others, don't concern yourself with getting an "eye for an eye" when you make your own statements.

If you're afraid of confrontations ruining your Thanksgiving, consider speaking to your psychic advisor for advice. A tarot reading can let you know what you're in for once you're in the same room with your family. This can help you better prepare for the future.

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