Methods to Escape Holiday Madness Together

 

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Share on: Brew some tea or decaf coffee and take a drive to see the holiday lights in your community. Ask your partner for a Head to your favorite restaurant or bar—the one where everyone knows your name—and make a list of all the places you’ve Go someplace completely unexpected, like the zoo. Ways to Escape Holiday Madness Together Brew some tea or decaf coffee and take a drive to see the holiday lights in your community. Ask your partner for a Head to your favorite restaurant or bar—the one where everyone knows your name—and make a.

Ah, family time. As the holidays approach, many prepare to spend lengthy amounts of time with their nearest and dearest. Undoubtably special and forever irreplaceable, family also has a tendency to, well, drive one another (lovingly) mad.

For the sake of everyone’s marbles, we’re letting you know that holiday irritability is normal and that there is a remedy: temporarily disappearing. Bake Christmas cookies. Drink hot chocolate or coffee with candy canes.

Sing Christmas carols and open your home to the lonely. Be creative and focused. Break away if you need to. For instance, take 15 minutes to separate yourself from the holiday madness.

Or, in the same fashion, go on a short trip to the store (but be ready to deal with THAT holiday madness) or to town to get away. Similarly, take a hike or a walk or hit the local gym. What better way to escape holiday madness than by leaving civilization behind entirely? Your biggest challenge in choosing a holiday season destination will be weather. Snow camping can be fun if you’re prepared with all-season equipment, but if a temperate adventure sounds more appealing, head south or to the Southern Hemisphere, where.

Ways to Escape Holiday Madness Together The whirlwind of holiday activity can become an emotional vortex. Look to your partner to join you in these activities that can replenish your energy and your connection. Give Memories, Not Gifts.

Take your focus off material things for a weekend and reconnect with your family in the great outdoors. Playing a round of putt-putt or laser tag with your kiddos will be a whole lot more meaningful than this season’s hottest gadget. By this point, I’m positive you already have a good understanding of what the primary way to avoid holiday madness is: letting go of the imperative expectations about what you must do and what must happen during the holidays. Couple’s Retreat Package: Escape holiday tensions with a package that includes an overnight stay in a Premier Room or Suite, an hour-long couple’s massage at AquaVie Spa, and breakfast for two.

Holiday-inspired treatments at the spa are covered with the Candy Cane Foot Rejuvenation and the Peppermint Pedicure.

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You could develop a household crisis that necessitates putting them up in a nearby hotel, suggest that you all spend the holidays together in a resort, or schedule surgery for that week.

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from Miss Manners’ Guide for the Turn-of-the-Millennium
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They can take a trip to an interesting place, engage in some enjoyable activity with a group, or invite other people without families to share holiday activities together.

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We always watched the New Year’s Day football games together, nibbling on snacks and taking down the holiday decorations.

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from Bed Number Ten
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Eating together, going on holiday together, finding activities that everyone enjoys, watching TV together, and playing games together all contribute to a pool of shared experiences and build a sense of belonging.

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from The Parenting Book
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Set apart time to spoil each other with a bubble bath, massage oil, creative uses of food, candles, and music.

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Sit down on a winter afternoon and play a board game together.

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With toddler and preschool sons, there are lots of ways to spend time together, because little ones just enjoy doing simple things with parents— like baking cookies, walking the dog, cuddling up and reading a book, and going to the park or library.

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from What a Son Needs from His Mom
by Cheri Fuller
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At different times they play board games, share interesting things they’ve learned that week, have different family members prepare short lessons on a subject that reflects the family’s particular needs or interests, go skating, bowling, to the circus, a concert, or some other event they will all enjoy.

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by Gary B. Lundberg, Joy Lundberg, Joy Saunders Lundberg
Penguin Books, 2000

Create an island for the two of you in bed where everything is at your fingertips—wine, music, food, condoms, etc.

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As a family we’re going to have a picnic at the park (or go bicycling, or have an evening movie night with popcorn, or do something else that’s fun) because we’ve really worked well together in accomplishing everything.”

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