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How to avoid falling out with your new partner this ChristmasPosted on: December 20, 2012 16:03:55
Disagreements over Christmas Day dilemmas between you and your new partner has the potential to make or break the early days of a relationship.
If you haven't been going out with your other half for very long, then the festive period, which is traditionally all about spending quality time with loved ones, can force you to make some difficult decisions.
With Christmas only days away now, there are a few things that need to be arranged - or at least considered - to make sure the holiday celebrations go smoothly.
Any work parties or other social gatherings still due to take place can be awkward enough at times, without the additional concern of bringing your date along. If other people are bringing their plus one and you think it would be a good idea to introduce one another, then go for it. But don't feel pressurised into going everywhere from now on as a couple - sometimes it is good to let your hair down with friends without your new beau.
It might be worth watching how much you drink as well at these events. Nerves in uncomfortable situations could end up getting the better of you and result in you glugging far more red wine than you had intended. After all, you don't want to end up saying things you don't mean after a drink, or worse still, being too inebriated to say anything at all.
On Christmas Day itself, deciding where you are going to eat can be a difficult subject to broach. If things are still very new, then there is nothing wrong with being with your own family come December 25th and deciding to have a pre or post-Christmas meal together for a more intimate celebration.
When things get a little more serious further down the line, it is all about compromising. Alternating years spent at one another's family, or spending Christmas Day with the in-laws, followed by a Boxing Day gathering at your family home could be a simple way of sparing any arguments.
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