The holidays can be a beautiful time of the year as people connect with loved ones and celebrate the christmas spirit with parties and presents.
But for couples it can also mean tensions can rise very easily.????If you’ve experienced any of these issues with your significant other during the most wonderful time of the year, you are not alone.
????According to Huffington Post, marriage therapists say a very common fight between couples that comes up during this time arises from people not being honest about holiday spending.
If you are hiding or lying about your holiday budget to your boo, some call that financial infidelity.
????Another big one, is deciding where to celebrate special dates and with whom.
Huge fights can happen when figuring out who’s family you are spending Thanksgiving, Christmas, Hanukkah and New Year’s Eve with.
Best thing to do is alternate throughout the years or divide the holidays evenly between the two sides.????CNN points out that holiday decorating can also cause some tension if two people celebrate different holiday traditions.
So finding place for the menorah should be as important as a manger or a bunch of poinsettias…????Good luck and remember a little eggnog might help no matter the issue.??