They say it’s the most wonderful time of year. But how about the most stressful?
With all the traveling, visiting relatives, gift-buying and cooking, the holidays are a tense time for many families and couples.
In fact, January sees the highest rate of divorce filings out of the year.
Joyful gatherings can quickly turn into heated exchanges between spouses, in-laws and other family members, especially when underlying tensions already exist. Now’s the time to head off problems and stop everyday arguments from escalating.
To prevent holiday conflict, let’s take a look at the five most common “poisons” people reach for – and you need to steer clear of – in the heat of battle:
- Stop assuming.
There’s nothing more annoying than someone assuming he or she has superior knowledge. Think about it: being told how you feel or what you should do is a sure-fire way to get your blood…
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