Welcome to our series on “how to survive the holidays and enjoy them.” How to say no, it sure does sound easy. It’s just a small two-letter word, yet at times it can be so hard to say that tiny word. The holidays can be full of demands, questions, wants and needs. Our parents want us to go to their house for Christmas, but our aunt wants us to be at their house. The kids want to be with the cousins, and your spouse wants to be with their family. Oh and one house is having a ham dinner and the other house is having their traditional Italian Christmas dinner. You can’t tell one person you won’t be coming to their house because it will hurt their feelings. So you have to make a way to have the time to stop by every body’s house, sometime throughout the holiday season. Whew!…Read More
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