How to Have a Happier Thanksgiving
Focus on Being Thankful
By Rev. Laurie Sue Brockway
Not everyone loves family gatherings. For some, events such as Thanksgiving dinner may be rough, especially if family tension is a side dish served with the meal.
Given the year this has been, perhaps this is the time to rise above fear--and annoyance--to make it a warm and cozy family celebration.
You can turn any gathering into a sacred occasion if you emphasize the positive. Your intention to add to the good feelings will go a long way! A joyous family event is usually a mix of sweet memories mingled with an appreciation of the present moment. Here are eight special tips for feeding your hunger for family closeness and joy.
Laurie Sue Brockway is author of The Goddess Pages: A Divine Guide to Finding Love and Happiness.
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