To help you avoid that depressing fate, we asked therapists to share some of the most common arguments couples have around the holidays and how to resolve each. Here’s what they had to say: 

The holidays can be a tense time for couples and in-laws, even when they like each other. When you have a rocky history with your S.O.’s family, almost any comment can be interpreted as a putdown, said  Becky Whetstone , a marriage and family therapist in Little Rock, Arkansas.

“If a negative comment is made, stick up for your spouse,” she said. “Showing definitive support for your spouse in front of others, especially your family, is the only right thing to do.” 

To help you avoid that depressing fate, we asked therapists to share some of the most common arguments couples have around the holidays and how to resolve each. Here’s what they had to say: 

The holidays can be a tense time for couples and in-laws, even when they like each other. When you have a rocky history with your S.O.’s family, almost any comment can be interpreted as a putdown, said  Becky Whetstone , a marriage and family therapist in Little Rock, Arkansas.

“If a negative comment is made, stick up for your spouse,” she said. “Showing definitive support for your spouse in front of others, especially your family, is the only right thing to do.” 

Your creative kid has made bunny after Easter bunny. Now you’re looking for something new to try. You’ve dyed eggs, made paper chicks and now…well, now what? Try making Easter egg slime. This activity combines art, science and sensory play — all into one. Materials ¼ cup clear-drying school glue ¼ cup liquid starch ¼ cup water Pastel glitter How-To Steps Mix the glue and water together. Add the liquid starch and mix until it is slimy feeling. The mixture should gel together, but still be able to stretch. Sprinkle in the glitter. The more glitter your child adds, the...

Take the traditional Easter egg hunt up a notch this year. Get creative and go beyond simply hiding and finding painted or plastic eggs. What can you do to make this holiday activity even more fun for your kids? Take a look at these imaginative egg hunt alternatives. Dinosaur Eggs: Turn your Easter eggs into the dino version. Use paper mache to cover balloons, crafting over-sized eggs that your child can paint. Hide the dinosaur eggs around the yard for the holiday hunt. Buried Treasure: Your kiddo can play the role of a pirate, searching for buried treasure. Make a...

Are you looking for a few fun games to try out at your child’s next St. Patrick’s Day party? Whether you’re in charge of the school’s holiday party or you’re throwing a kid-friendly get-together at home, these easy game ideas will keep everyone entertained! Shamrock Memory Cut out shamrocks from green card stock paper. Group the shapes together into pairs. Write matching numbers on each set. Turn them over and spread them out on a desk or a table. Have the kids try to match each pair. Find the Pot of Gold Create a scavenger hunt around the school, the...

To help you avoid that depressing fate, we asked therapists to share some of the most common arguments couples have around the holidays and how to resolve each. Here’s what they had to say: 

The holidays can be a tense time for couples and in-laws, even when they like each other. When you have a rocky history with your S.O.’s family, almost any comment can be interpreted as a putdown, said  Becky Whetstone , a marriage and family therapist in Little Rock, Arkansas.

“If a negative comment is made, stick up for your spouse,” she said. “Showing definitive support for your spouse in front of others, especially your family, is the only right thing to do.” 

Your creative kid has made bunny after Easter bunny. Now you’re looking for something new to try. You’ve dyed eggs, made paper chicks and now…well, now what? Try making Easter egg slime. This activity combines art, science and sensory play — all into one. Materials ¼ cup clear-drying school glue ¼ cup liquid starch ¼ cup water Pastel glitter How-To Steps Mix the glue and water together. Add the liquid starch and mix until it is slimy feeling. The mixture should gel together, but still be able to stretch. Sprinkle in the glitter. The more glitter your child adds, the...

Take the traditional Easter egg hunt up a notch this year. Get creative and go beyond simply hiding and finding painted or plastic eggs. What can you do to make this holiday activity even more fun for your kids? Take a look at these imaginative egg hunt alternatives. Dinosaur Eggs: Turn your Easter eggs into the dino version. Use paper mache to cover balloons, crafting over-sized eggs that your child can paint. Hide the dinosaur eggs around the yard for the holiday hunt. Buried Treasure: Your kiddo can play the role of a pirate, searching for buried treasure. Make a...

Are you looking for a few fun games to try out at your child’s next St. Patrick’s Day party? Whether you’re in charge of the school’s holiday party or you’re throwing a kid-friendly get-together at home, these easy game ideas will keep everyone entertained! Shamrock Memory Cut out shamrocks from green card stock paper. Group the shapes together into pairs. Write matching numbers on each set. Turn them over and spread them out on a desk or a table. Have the kids try to match each pair. Find the Pot of Gold Create a scavenger hunt around the school, the...


Our philosophy is simple - we offer the opportunity to meander around the beautiful Greek Islands in the comfort of your own yacht, living the dream, with the unobtrusive assistance and supervision of a flotilla lead crew.

The holidays concentrate on the enjoyable aspects of sailing in the sunny Greek Islands, allowing those with little experience to have a go. Experienced sailors also have the opportunity to simply relax, whilst introducing family and friends to their passion.

Take your time meandering from port to port, stopping for lunch and swims in beautiful bays along the way, before making the most of the afternoon breeze and sailing to your evening destination. Sound like your cup of tea? Get in touch! 

To help you avoid that depressing fate, we asked therapists to share some of the most common arguments couples have around the holidays and how to resolve each. Here’s what they had to say: 

The holidays can be a tense time for couples and in-laws, even when they like each other. When you have a rocky history with your S.O.’s family, almost any comment can be interpreted as a putdown, said  Becky Whetstone , a marriage and family therapist in Little Rock, Arkansas.

“If a negative comment is made, stick up for your spouse,” she said. “Showing definitive support for your spouse in front of others, especially your family, is the only right thing to do.” 

Your creative kid has made bunny after Easter bunny. Now you’re looking for something new to try. You’ve dyed eggs, made paper chicks and now…well, now what? Try making Easter egg slime. This activity combines art, science and sensory play — all into one. Materials ¼ cup clear-drying school glue ¼ cup liquid starch ¼ cup water Pastel glitter How-To Steps Mix the glue and water together. Add the liquid starch and mix until it is slimy feeling. The mixture should gel together, but still be able to stretch. Sprinkle in the glitter. The more glitter your child adds, the...

Take the traditional Easter egg hunt up a notch this year. Get creative and go beyond simply hiding and finding painted or plastic eggs. What can you do to make this holiday activity even more fun for your kids? Take a look at these imaginative egg hunt alternatives. Dinosaur Eggs: Turn your Easter eggs into the dino version. Use paper mache to cover balloons, crafting over-sized eggs that your child can paint. Hide the dinosaur eggs around the yard for the holiday hunt. Buried Treasure: Your kiddo can play the role of a pirate, searching for buried treasure. Make a...

Are you looking for a few fun games to try out at your child’s next St. Patrick’s Day party? Whether you’re in charge of the school’s holiday party or you’re throwing a kid-friendly get-together at home, these easy game ideas will keep everyone entertained! Shamrock Memory Cut out shamrocks from green card stock paper. Group the shapes together into pairs. Write matching numbers on each set. Turn them over and spread them out on a desk or a table. Have the kids try to match each pair. Find the Pot of Gold Create a scavenger hunt around the school, the...


Our philosophy is simple - we offer the opportunity to meander around the beautiful Greek Islands in the comfort of your own yacht, living the dream, with the unobtrusive assistance and supervision of a flotilla lead crew.

The holidays concentrate on the enjoyable aspects of sailing in the sunny Greek Islands, allowing those with little experience to have a go. Experienced sailors also have the opportunity to simply relax, whilst introducing family and friends to their passion.

Take your time meandering from port to port, stopping for lunch and swims in beautiful bays along the way, before making the most of the afternoon breeze and sailing to your evening destination. Sound like your cup of tea? Get in touch! 

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