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A Thought Exercise to Help You Make Peace With Busted Plans

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As we enter our most tradition-laden time of year — the Thanksgiving/Christmas/Hanukkah/Kwanzaa/New Year’s Eve corridor otherwise known as The Holidays — many of us are struggling to accept the 2020 version of events. We’re starving for things to feel like they used to. We’re stressed about the idea of disappointing others.

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