3 Ways To Survive Going Home For The Holidays
For many years, I wasn't ready to admit that a visit home for the holidays traumatized me so badly that even after returning home, I was in a dark mood for days and sometimes weeks. I often justified my state of mind by blaming it on the long drive home or the pressure of catching up at work. But then I heard something from a teacher named Ed Rabel that opened my eyes to the higher purpose intended by the family dynamic. He said, "Every thing, experience, and circumstance that passes from the realm of possibility into your world of experience has a deeper meaning and purpose. If you don't see this, you're not looking deeply enough."