It’s all about the family, not the food

This time of year, a lot of space is dedicated to how you should eat during the holidays.  (This blog is guilty of that.)  But a lot of us (myself included) sometimes forget that there are one or two people at our holiday table for whom the act of eating together is torturous.  It takes a lot of discipline to not say or do the wrong thing to these people, but we should try.  It DOES make a difference.  Here’s an example of how.

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