The family elders have relative importance

Today,  on Thanksgiving,  I’m grateful for many things. A loving and supportive husband,  sweet and caring mini-ions, family to go to, family that misses us. Friends that have cared about us for a short time and for a long time.

I know that the holidays may require you to interact with people you may not like or can’t relate to. I am lucky to not have that issue, but if you do, in my mom’s support group,  we talked about coping mechanisms.
-be stupid and cheerful
-think of the good of that person

Best of luck and many Thanksgiving blessings.

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2 Responses to The family elders have relative importance

  1. aviets says:

    Oh, my goodness…”be stupid and cheerful.” I adopted that one long ago without realizing it. What a perfect way to put it! 🙂 -Amy at http://www.momgoeson.wordpress.com

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