How to Have a Safe and Sober Thanksgiving

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Thanksgiving this year may not be normal, but that’s ok. Large gatherings of family and friends may not be possible and favorite traditions may be postponed, but new traditions can take their place. Trying something new can break up the monotony of quarantine and ease the disappointment of not seeing loved ones. Light that fancy candle you’ve been saving. Pull out those board games you haven’t touched in years. Use the fancy china just for you. It’s ok to make Thanksgiving special, even if it’s not perfect.

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