Besides planning for the holiday season ahead, you could also be in the midst of planning. That said, you and your spouse may hope the holiday cheer is enough to set you and your marriage on the road to recovery.
If you want the holidays to be more of a time of healing and less of a time of stress, Today offers a few ideas to keep in mind.
Look beyond today and tomorrow
As you and your spouse approach the holidays, bear in mind that the most wonderful time of the year does not last very long, and the same may or may not apply to your marriage. It is up to both of you to decide if you will let small conflicts to wreck your relationship, or if you choose to ride out the storm until the clouds clear.
Know what you are going to do
No matter what events, parties and gatherings take place this holiday season, plan them with your spouse. If the two of you are not on the same page in regards to where you are going and what you are doing, arguments can quickly break out.
This information is only intended to educate and should not be interpreted as legal advice.