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Holidays Getting You Down? This Should Fix Everything

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    Thanksgiving is supposed to be all warm and fuzzy, but sometimes, it's just less than. Family fights, vying with your siblings for first dibs on leftovers, trying to explain to Grandma that it's okay that you and your man are living together out of wedlock...it can all be a bit stressful. Luckily, in these difficult times (and all the others that will inevitably arise before 2013 rolls around) there's a website to fix what ails you by reminding you that you're the best.

    It's called Emergency Compliment, and it really should only be used in case of emergencies. Because you don't want to get a big head, do you? But when the going gets tough, this is just the quick, easy perk-up you need to get your spirits back in the happy place where they belong.

    Of course, we wouldn't want you to waste your entire holiday break on this addictive site...so we've compiled a few of the compliments that really warmed our tired little hearts, for your convenience and enjoyment. Oh, and if you really like the good news it throws your way, you can have it made into a print for your wall (just press "Thanks! I feel better.") Chin up, friends!

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