WOMEN: 4 Thanksgiving Tips for a Better Holiday

by Relationship Coach Rinatta Paries on November 23, 2011

in Women’s Tips

WOMEN: 4 Thanksgiving Tips:

1. Stress is another name for fear. What is your worst fear? Create a strategy of what you will do if your fear comes true and then let it go.

2. Ask for help. People who help feel more a part of what they are helping with.

3. Ask people to share what they are grateful for to help you feel more connected.

4. If you are planning to be alone, go connect instead. Being alone on a family holiday is not good for you. Go volunteer at a shelter, or hop on meetup.com and find something to do.

What strategies are you going to use this Thanksgiving to make it a great, enjoyable holiday for yourself? Talk to me below in the comments.


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Corina Burrola November 24, 2011 at 10:43 am

Thank you for the encouraging emails, what a perfect time to receive such a loving gift during a time when all should be festive. I am a single mother of 3 still dealing with the stress of my ex husband who comes in and out of our lives when he seems fit. I feel as though I am going to have a nervous breakdown dealing with the ups and downs of this unhealthy relationship which I want so badly to work but know that it isn’t meant to be. I feel as though the feelings I store inside heart and soul are damaging my lives with other, such as my children who see me cry, angry, sad, happy, anxious and al the other emotions that come . I would like to know what resources our their for myself and for my children in order to deal with this type of situation. Your advice is greatly appreciated. Thank you, corina Burrola

Relationship Coach Rinatta Paries November 24, 2011 at 11:00 pm

Corina, thank you for commenting. You can work with me as your coach and I will help you find relief. If interested, click above on Get Help Now link. But, if that is not feasible, here’s some advice that if followed will help: You determine when he comes in, and for how long, as opposed to letting him determine that. You take control of your and your children’s lives. Just doing that will help you tremendously.

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