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November 15, 2012 6:48 AM

To see extended family, why not extend Thanksgiving?

Q: With all the “yours, mine, and ours” family juggling, I’m having trouble organizing Thanksgiving. I am divorced now but was married for 25 years. That family has married children (some are and some are not biologically mine) that have to divide their time among spouses’ families, some of which include divorced parents who have remarried. And that adds to the places everyone must visit. What suggestions do you have for families who want to celebrate together but face divorced mothers and fathers, plus divorced mothers-in-law and fathers-in-law?

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