The pandemic puts a damper on many families’ Thanksgiving plans this year, as CDC guidelines discourage any indoor gatherings with people outside your immediate household — but gratitude isn’t canceled. Give thanks with tips from mindfulness expert Julie Potiker, who shares thoughtful and meaningful ways to connect with family, even in these unusual times. “Traditional holiday dinners may not be possible right now,” she says, “but it just might be the perfect year to deepen your relationships with loved ones in a new way.” Potiker, an attorney, is a mindfulness expert with extensive teacher training in a variety of tools and methods, including Mindful Self-Compassion. Through her Mindful Methods for Life program offerings, she helps others bring more peace and wellness into their lives.
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