As families gather, embrace the opportunity to interact with older Boomers and Traditionalists–grandparents.
At no other time of the year do most American families gather together for food, family, fellowship, and fun than at the holiday season. We take off work to travel across the country or across town to gather for memorable moments and to eat delicious food, renew relationships, and watch endless amounts of football. If you’re lucky, you’ll even be able to listen to grandma or grandpa share stories from the past. Stories about “How things used to be…” back in their day.
Sometimes, not everyone can make it home though. You may have a loved-one serving in the Armed Forces or you may have an aging parent or grandparent who can no longer make the trip. And what about friends or family members in care homes? Unfortunately, the holiday season can also be a time of loneliness for those who aren’t able to participate in family gatherings. Reach out…
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