Be safe (and sane) for the holidays

Thanksgiving dinner isn't always picture perfect, and the coronavirus pandemic is adding more stress as families decide what to do. Mental and physical health professionals offer tips to help you through the holiday season.



November 19, 2020 - 9:47 AM

It’s natural to want the perfect holiday, with the entire family full of love and laughter as they gather around the dinner table.

But that’s not always the reality, local therapist Kari Miller said. 

And this year, more than ever, it’s important to adjust expectations. The coronavirus pandemic has put wrinkles in everyone’s plans, as families debate the benefit of gathering together versus the risk of exposure to a potentially deadly illness.

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