How to politely navigate through the holidays with family members you dislike

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The holiday season is right around the corner, and with it comes family gatherings.  Something many may have a little bit of a hard time with because of in-laws or family members they dislike.  Relationship expert Candice Christiansen shares tips on how to politely navigate these uncomfortable situations during the holidays.

Tips she recommends:

1. Focus on family members you enjoy
2. Limit time spent with certain in-laws
3. Ignore the negative as much as possible
4. Kindly say 'No' to things

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