How to Deal With Family Dysfunction During the Holidays
While the best part of Thanksgiving is spending time with the family, it can also be the worst part about it too. But thanks to USA Today’s “The Dysfunctional Family Thanksgiving Survival Guide,” perhaps this year can be drama-free — or close to it.
The guide offers up tips on setting boundaries with folks; the importance of putting yourself in other’s shoes; and not controlling the conversation. —Kellee Terrell
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