At Christmas what do I do to cope if my immediate family is excluded from the family get together?
It hurts more then words can describe when this happens.
- oldprofLv 79 months agoFavourite answer
Easy...begin your own personal Christmas tradition. Politely tell those others that you have other plans with your immediate family.
- AmarettaLv 79 months ago
You can have a happy Christmas with your immediate family. Many many Americans have that experience because they live a considerable distance from family members and cannot afford the time or money to drive or fly to see relatives at Christmas. You can, for instance, play games together or bake cookies. You can go to church, drive around to look at Christmas lights, play Christmas music and enjoy special foods or a family feast. If you have friends who live some distance from their families or are excluded, you can invite them over for Christmas dinner or a Christmas potluck. You can see if there are organizations in your area that need people to help others celebrate Christmas. Your immediate family is enough. Enjoy them while you are all together.Source(s): Personal experience
- 9 months ago
thatg might be reason for it like their behavior and issues they have so you are gonna deal with it