How do you handle divorced parents and the holidays?
When parents are divorced, what is the appropriate way to handle the holidays when having a family event?
If your parents are on friendly terms, you can include them in your holiday plans as you would any other family member. Let each one of them know the other will be there, don't insist if they decide not to attend. If they are not on friendly terms, have a day during the holidays to spend separately with them. That will be their day to spend with you. Do what is comfortable for you and your family.
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