Thanksgiving Day (in the U.S.) has once again arrived; evoking warm memories of past gatherings with family and friends feasting on bountiful amounts of good food and experiencing deep feelings of gratitude.
Sometimes however, that idealized version of Thanksgiving Day can devolve into debacle and communal feelings of joy into hurt and anger. For families that include persons who have Borderline Personality Disorder that outcome can be a worrisome and, sadly, an all too familiar event.
Having some strategies in hand to help you and your loved ones get through the day unscathed might be useful.
Here’s a piece we wrote a few years ago with useful survival tips that are still relevant:
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