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How to Survive Your First Holiday Season as Newlyweds

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Melding traditions and splitting your time between families can often lead to more dread than jolly. Here’s how to prepare for some of the common pitfalls of the holidays.

The main issue looming over Erica and Aaron Weiss this holiday season: whether to hide a bear or pickle ornament on their Christmas tree.

It’s not as peculiar as it may sound. The couple, who married in October 2021, grew up in homes with deeply rooted holiday practices. In Ms. Weiss’s family, the children hid a tiny teddy bear-shaped ornament on the tree. In the few weeks leading up to Dec. 25, each sibling would move the knickknack to a different spot. The last person to do so would get to open the first gift on Christmas morning.

“Each individual has a different concept as to what this holiday means,” said Susan Winter, a relationship expert in New York. “One partner’s idea of Christmas might be massively decorating the house, lights everywhere, gift giving, while their partner wants to stay home with eggnog.”

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