The holidays usually involve festivities shared with family and friends, but it’s not uncommon for lots of togetherness to raise tensions among family members. Many people find that relationships with relatives acquired through marriage can be especially difficult. A panel talks about relationships with in-laws and other family members and strategies for getting along and making the most of holiday times together.


  • Judith Martin "Miss Manners" syndicated columnist
  • Dr. Ted Beal Clinical professor of psychiatry at Georgetown University


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