By Meghan Holohan, The Today Show. Experts say there are many ways parents can create new holiday traditions for their kids. Like everything in 2020, the holidays are going to be different. As families reconsider traditional gatherings to embrace safe and healthy holidays, they’ll need to talk to their children about the changes. But the conversation might not be as tough as one might imagine.
“Don't assume that your kids are mad about it just because you are. There are plenty of things that we put our kids through family-wise at the holidays because it's the right thing to do,” Dr. Deborah Gilboa, a parenting and resiliency expert, told TODAY Parents. “But this might be fantastic news for some of your kids.” Click here to READ MORE.