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Apr 4, 2018

Saying “No” to family and friends who offer you food can create guilt, worry about offending or wasting food and also make you feel like you’re missing out on the fun. Coach and communication expert Varsha Mathur shares how she’s managed to stay healthy and connected to her Hindu culture where food is part of several traditions and how you too can successfully navigate social situations involving family and friends.