Happy Thanksgiving to all of our loyal readers!
We give thanks for what we have, not what we don’t. We appreciate and thank you for your constant support of Psych Central, since you make it all possible.
I remain grateful for our staff, editors, the dozens of volunteers, and all of our community members who make Psych Central possible. Without you, this site wouldn’t exist as it does today. We now serve over 3 million people each month.
If you’re spending the day with family, I wish you a stress-free day filled with as little family drama as possible. If you’re spending the day alone, I wish you a quiet day of solitude and peace.
On behalf of the volunteers, the staff, writers, editors, moderators, and administrators here at Psych Central, I want to wish you a very warm and peaceful Thanksgiving holiday this season. I hope yours is filled with family and friends, and, if nothing else, peace.
PS — If you’re tearing your hair out today in trying to deal with family, relatives or something else related to the holiday, might I suggest our Thanksgiving Coping Guide!
And if Thanksgiving’s got you down, you might find some relief by reading Dr. Marie Hartwell-Walker’s wonderful 10 Tips for Surviving Thanksgiving with the Dysfunctional Family (and check out her holiday e-book for only 99 cents: Tending the Family Heart Through the Holidays!) or Therese Borchard’s classic 12 Ways to Be Thankful.
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Grohol, J. (2012). Happy Thanksgiving 2012. Psych Central. Retrieved on December 17, 2014, from http://psychcentral.com/blog/archives/2012/11/22/happy-thanksgiving-2012/