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First of all, it is very important to understand that it’s perfectly normal to talk to your family about different topics and personal problems, but if you don’t want to be awkward or ruin this holiday, you should think twice before speaking. Thanksgiving is about spending quality time with your loved ones, so you have to make the conversation enjoyable and likable because everyone should feel good. Thanksgiving is upon us, which means the holiday season is in full swing!

Thanksgiving is one of the most important holidays because we celebrate gratitude and honor the harvest. As you already know, this holiday is celebrated on different dates in the United States and Canada. In general, people gather their closest friends and family members and celebrate this wonderful holiday together, and the miracle ingredient at dinner is turkey. 

Unfortunately, because of the coronavirus pandemic, things have changed a little, as we have to keep our distance to be safe and it means that we should minimize our interactions and gatherings. So, this year, many people will try to celebrate Thanksgiving with their beloved families, without other special guests. For some individuals, this holiday will be different, because they have recently experienced a loss or are simply going through a difficult period, but you have to be strong and if there’s anyone you wish to spend the holiday with this year, you should consider doing so. 

Don’t forget that it’s crucial to choose your subjects wisely, no matter with whom you celebrate this holiday. And if you want to have a happy Thanksgiving Day with less drama, here are some topics to avoid! Read on to find out more info!

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2 thoughts on “9 Things You Should NEVER, Ever Discuss During Thanksgiving”

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  2. It is not called Thanksgiving for nothing!! Bring families together and realize the good over the BAD and the people who are with you are on top!

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