Thanksgiving is a special day of the year when we sit down to dinner with our families and show our thanks for the love that enriches our lives. But we think you should give thanks to loved ones — including that special someone — in your life every day.
Hosting your first Thanksgiving with your partner? Stressful, right? Well, forget all you've been told about cooking a turkey in the oven. Celebrity chef David Burke is here to show you how to cook your turkey in the dishwasher.
Want to minimize the drama at the table this Thanksgiving? Consider these eight topics (including about your love life) off-limits for discussion. Plus, wow your sweetheart with some of these seasonal goodies and gifts!
Putting creative and innovative twists on Turkey Day classics, check out 10 amazing recipes from these established culinary gods.
Making your entire Thanksgiving meal from scratch is for the birds. "I'm a big believer in semi-homemade. I'm a big believer in letting the experts do the hard work," 'Dexter' and 'Defiance' star Julie Benz confesses.
Life coach Elisabeth LaMotte offers you Thanksgiving tips with evidence from the film, Pieces of April. Getting together with family after an absence can be difficult and LaMotte offers tips on how to survive.
Thanksgiving is prime "meet the family" time for new relationships. If you're bringing someone home (or meeting the potential in-laws yourself!) listen up to this expert advice: here's how to make a lasting impression that'll put you in better favor than the pumpkin pie.
If you have some belly room left over from all that turkey, stuffing and cranberry sauce — then take a bite out of these! Thanksgiving is all about indulgence — so indulge!
Thanksgiving is the gateway to the winter holiday season, which can feel challenging for those who are dealing with divorce. Tap into some real healing and find joy.
Cooking your first Thanksgiving meal together can be intimidating to say the least. That's why we've done the work for you by preparing the ultimate menu, including tasty hors d'Oeuvres, a decadent dessert and, of course, the hallmark of the holiday: the turkey.
Relationship expert Dr. Karen Sherman knows how stressful Thanksgiving may be... but that doesn't mean you should focus on the stress. Instead, she offers 5 fool-proof ways you can feel and act grateful during the holiday.
Before you sweat through your silk shirt this holiday season, check out these five stories told to YourTango about the universally dreaded meeting-the-parents-encounter, and consider yourself lucky to have avoided these awkward (and sometimes hilarious) situations!
Holidays aren't always as picture perfect as a Norman Rockwell painting. They can be stressful when you burn the turkey or you drive through holiday traffic for hours — all which makes it even more important to snuggle up with your SO for support. To get yourselves in the spirit, here are some ways to celebrate the holiday together!
by Eleanore Wells, for GalTime.com As soon as the weather dips below 90-degrees, holiday decorations line the aisles of stores. And so the stress begins. Holidays can be challenging to just about everybody. There are decisions to be made, plans to put in place, and money to be spent. And while this is true for everyone, many single people feel an extra layer of stress.