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Hosting for the holidays is noone's obligation

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Posted: Saturday, December 1, 2012 12:01 am

Question: Our family includes 20-plus people, most on my husband's side. For years my mother or I hosted Christmas, and my husband's mother or sister hosted Thanksgiving. Five years ago, my sister-in-law announced she was neither attending nor hosting Thanksgiving. Her family of four still attends Christmas, as does my husband's brother's family (seven people) who live across the state. My mother-in-law is now too old to host.

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