Recently, I wrote this article for Christian Today about Christmas.

This year Christmas will probably be uncomfortable. Depending on where you live in the world, it may be uncomfortable because family and relatives aren’t allowed to hug, will only see each other with a mask or via a screen and may not be able to meet as a large group in the family home.

Maybe you always find Christmas uncomfortable. Maybe you have to travel long distances to see your family. Perhaps the distance has created emotional barriers where you no longer feel connected to the people you’re biologically related to. Spending large amounts of time with people you hardly know and eating large amounts of food can leave you feeling highly uncomfortable.

Christmas uncomfortableness is normal …

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