Another holiday season is upon us, but it is unlike any other holiday season we have encountered in recent memory. I find myself pausing and taking in the quiet moments more so now than ever before. The COVID-19 pandemic has forced many of us to pause the hustle and bustle of everyday life and reevaluate the little things we once took for granted. Remember when it was "normal" to go out to dinner at a restaurant for your birthday? How about going into the office and waving to a colleague? For my fellow therapists, how about giving a patient a hug after a tough session? Despite these challenges and changes, I am reminded about those who are less fortunate. Those who never had the ability to go to a restaurant to celebrate a birthday or have a job to report to each day. Too many families are going hungry each and every day, not by choice, but by horrible circumstance. I urge all of us to pause and think about how we can support, not only our families and our friends, but also those who are suffering more than ever to have the basic luxuries that many of us take for granted during this pandemic and beyond. In closing, I am thankful for all of you and wish you all the opportunity to give yourself grace during these difficult times. Continue to do the best that you can. Safe wishes, and a Happy Thanksgiving to my fellow Americans and safety and wellness to those around the world.