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November 26, 2008

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Carol Stanley

Great suggestions..and sometimes we forget the reason for Thanksgiving...Be grateful for all we have...and then some

Rita

Hi Carol,

Yes, we do need to be thankful for what we have.

The tips in the article will help people to stay focused on the joyful parts of the holiday rather than getting trapped in old family patterns.

Rita

Lisa

Being both a mom and a daughter, I like the advice to go easy on mom! Though that's easy for me since mine is so great. I have lived far away from my family for 13 years so I am grateful for every time I get to see them.

Rita

Hi Lisa,

I, too, enjoy family gatherings. I'm polite and don't bring things up from the past. Some people can really get going on issues they haven't resolved from years ago.

Rita

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