The holidays are stressful enough as it is. Add the variable of introducing a new significant other to the annual shit show, and you can end up feeling like the roast turkey everyone’s about to dig into.
If you live far apart from your family, the holidays can often be one of the only viable options for introducing them to your new BAE. But that opportunity also comes with its own set of unique challenges.
We asked two relationship experts for advice on how to best set this momentous (potentially disastrous) first meeting up for success. Clinical psychologist and researcher Sue Johnson is an innovator in couples therapy who published her work on attachment theory in Love Sense and Hold Me Tight. Alexandra Solomon, a clinical psychologist from the Family Institute at Northwestern University who authored Loving Bravely, specializes in couples, marriage, and family therapy. Read more…
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