Stopping the Holiday Drama In Your Family

Stopping the Holiday Drama In Your Family

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christmas-home-milw.jpgThe holidays often elicit so many mixed emotions. Along with the joy, comes dread, anxiety and drama bubbling to the surface.

Why do relationship issues always surface during the holidays?

There’s the ex-spouses and blended families. There’s learning to manage the overbearing mother-in-law. There’s conflict going on between parents and their kids. There’s the relative who drinks too much.



And what should you do if you decide you aren’t going to buy presents this year? Will your announcement cause a big disappointment? What if you want to let someone else cook, or you decide you can’t make the long trip that has become a tradition? Is that going to make someone blow up? What should you do? Be true to yourself or just keep the peace?

If you need help with any of these challenges, pull up a seat, grab a cup of cocoa, and join my friend Marlene Chism for a free tele-seminar next week that will help you cope.

Her seminar, part of the Attitude Builders series, is normally, a program only for members, but she is giving away this 45-minute session on November 18 as a free gift to help smooth out the holiday season. I wanted to let you know about this unusual free call.

Step 1 of her “Stop Your Drama” philosophy involves communication tools, mindset tools and other resources that can help you totally reinvent your holiday season and let you experience real peace on earth.

The Date is: Wednesday November 18th
The Time: 1:00 Eastern, 12:00 Central, 11:00 Mountain, 10:00 Pacific

Click to register here, and Stop Your Holiday Drama.

Marlene has written many wonderful articles for the Good News Network and joined me one year ago for a Great Mentors tele-seminar helping us all to cope with the economic downturn, and beat the bail-out blues. Join us for more good information next Wednesday.

COMMENTS

  1. Every year for the past 3 years, my parents have always gotten in a fight that was in the Christmas season. It either was on Christmas day, or the feeling stays in the house untill Christmas day. I just want a way to avoid that. I appreciate this event and will join.