Ex-Etiquette for Holidays and Other Family Celebrations
Chicago Review Press, Oct 1, 2007 - Family & Relationships - 144 pages
Through realistic and trusted advice, this innovative new guide brings the celebration back to the holidays for blended families. Answering a myriad of questions unique to blended families, this comprehensive resource offers suggestions on how to determine who hosts milestone birthday parties, bar and bat mitzvahs, and Quinceaneras; coordinate who attends sporting events and concerts; and how to respectfully attend a former relative's funeral. A resource guide listing websites and books completes this new manners manual, which guides blended families from the first recitals and holidays apart to sporting events and graduations with fewer arguments and more respect.
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As in their previousEx-Etiquette for Parents andEx-Etiquette for Weddings , the authors stress cooperation and compromise in this guide for families of divorce navigating holidays and family get ... Read full review
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