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Can we look at this another way?

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Posted to Thread #29958 at 3:42 pm on Nov 17, 2017

I know a bunch of people who find being in a social situation tough. I'd rather they come, and do whatever is necessary to make themselves comfortable. If they have food issues--whatever they are, and yes, that includes personal preferences, so what? Bring whatever makes you happy and enjoy the party. The goal is being together, yes?

Of course if I made a meal, I'd love for her to try the food, but if that's not her jam, why not respect her wishes? Insisting on trying it, or making her feel bad about not wanting to indulge? Nah. It's her experience. Who am I to dictate how she wants to show up? I'm much more concerned about making her feel welcome, than what she eats.

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