Skip to main content
  1. Life
  2. Religion & Spirituality
  3. Western Religions

Thanksgiving Blues

See also

For many people, Thanksgiving is a time of mourning. They miss loved ones that they wish were there. They long for circumstances to be different. If you fit this description, I've got some advice that I think just might help you.

1. Make a list of all the good things in your life that you can be thankful for.

2. Instead of being depressed around the house, get out and serve those less fortunate at a soup kitchen.

3. When you begin to see how blessed your life actually is, stop and thank God.

If you do these things, I believe you'll be on your way to a GREAT Thanksgiving!

Comments

  • Kristi 3 years ago

    I remember the hardest Thanksgiving I ever had - it was at your dad's house, Jason, and it was the first Thanksgiving without Kevin. It seems that every year there are more people missing! Thank you for some positive suggestions. I'm signed up for a 5k that benefits the local food bank!

Advertisement

Life

  • Dan Savage
    Dan Savage cares about LGBT youth, bullying and saving lives
    Today's Buzz
  • Raku
    Teachers and students can use this summer to learn a new skill
    Camera
    15 Photos
  • Beach body
    Fitness: Earn your beach body badge with bootcamp classes
    Camera
    10 Photos
  • Greek wine
    Unwind with these delicious wines: The thrilling wines of Greece
    Camera
    7 Photos
  • Mandy Moore
    Exclusive interview with Celebrity Mandy Moore concerning animal activism
    Camera
    5 Photos
  • Educational family vacations
    Find out how to take an educational family vacation that doesn't break the bank
    Camera
    9 Photos