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    Christmas fights and rows

    Post  Maria on Mon Nov 28, 2011 9:01 pm

    Has anybody ever had or seen a really funny christmas row or fight? Weve had plenty in our home, Im just wondering if were abnormal bom


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    Re: Christmas fights and rows

    Post  Philllipa on Mon Nov 28, 2011 11:54 pm

    lol you are you are abnormal lol!
    we dont really have fights at Christmas but theres been one or two barniws in the past years ago,usually due to having lots of drink and mixing it with relations you dont like much,thats when the truth all comes hurling out after dinner bom I cant remember any real humdingers just the usual moans from the oldies and a bit of envy going on over who got the best pressies
    I like to just sleep dinner off so I miss out on all the punch ups Sleep


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    Re: Christmas fights and rows

    Post  Pollypecker on Tue Nov 29, 2011 12:24 am

    We never row at Xmas we make sure we are all nice to each other and behaved. I love you I think its very bad to row at that time of year specially for the kids who you should never row in front of but at Xmas it makes it 10000000 times worse Sad I loke being happy and in a good mood even if I feel a bit stuffed or upset with someone I hide it. Smile


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    Re: Christmas fights and rows

    Post  ruby on Tue Nov 29, 2011 8:35 am

    Christmas and New Year has the highest rate for domestic abuse, suicide and people vanishing.

    I feel very sorry for people who live in this sort of environment, treading around on egg shells in fear of the dominator. Christmas brings with it so many pressures on vulnerable families and in reality the commercialism of Christmas as portrayed on the TV makes it extremely difficult for families to live up the the 'image' of the perfect family pulling crackers over a dinner table laden with Christmas food and drink.

    Whatever happened to the traditional values of Christmas?

    Personally, I love taking my grandchildren to the Christingle Service at Church, then singing Carols around the crib. Then on Christmas morning watching my grandchildren ripping open their presents with the Christmas tree lights twinkling and the smell of the turkey cooking in the oven. Family popping in over the festive season and just catching up with friends who are normally rushing around working.

    As for arguments, I think all families/friends have disagreements, I had one myself over the weekend with one of my son's but its now all sorted. Everyone argues sometimes, its healthy, but when it gets heated then it can turn from healthy to dangerous and unsavoury.

    I wish all members a peaceful and very happy Christmas.


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