December 20, 2002
Are your holidays filled with hollering, insults and tension? Do you strive for “the perfect Christmas” and get disappointed every year? Find out how to make this year different.
Their holidays are filled with hollering, complaining, insults, tension, and kids running around the house in diapers. Keisha, who wants a peaceful dinner that starts on time, gets frustrated every year.
Cindy starts stressing out about every detail of Christmas, especially decorations, months in advance. She usually drives away her daughter and husband with her stress and perfectionism.
Sheila dreads the holidays. She feels torn between her divorced parents, and hates buying presents. Her husband Ed can’t wait to celebrate. They both worry Sheila will pass on her not-so-merry attitude to their two daughters.