Tomorrow is Thanksgiving Day in the United States and many of you will find yourselves interacting with relatives you do not care for or who do not share the same views as do you. Others may not be able to celebrate the holidays with family. Back in 2016 Psychology Today published 8 Mindfulness Tips During the Holidays. Those tips are still relevant today. Below is the link.
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