My childhood was filled with traditional holiday celebrations, but they have been largely absent in my adult life. That’s been partly philosophical, and partly circumstantial…or maybe I’m just kind of a dick about holidays. (?) Let’s hear about how my recent celebration of Halloween fits into my overall approach to holidays!
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What’s in this episode:
- How I grew to believe that having holiday feelings just on holidays is kind of unhealthy
- How that serves as a convenient rationale for disengaging with friends, family, and everybody else who does the holiday thing
- How I think every day should be treated like a holiday–or like all holidays, actually
- …and more!
Listening tip: There is some inexplicable crackling throughout the recording…there’s no way to get it out, and I couldn’t really re-record it, so we’re going to have to live with it. And by “we”, I mean you. (Though I’ve listened to it twice, so I did my time, too.) Sorry.
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