Adam Sandler is at it again!   The comedic genius and actor has come out with a Thanksgiving family fun movie, Jack and Jill.  Sandler follows in the footsteps of Eddie Murphy by playing both the parts of Jack Sadelstein and his identical twin sister, Jill.  Jack dreads when his needy sister, Jill, visits his family every Thanksgiving, because she always seems to ruin everything.  Jack’s wife (Katie Holmes) and kids, must deal with the sibling bickering.  If Sandler can pull off Eddie Murphy’s The Nutty Professor routine, Jack and Jill will have you laughing from start to finish.

How do you handle your partner’s family feuds?

Cupid’s Advice:

Dating someone means datng their family-espically during the holidays.  It can be hard to know your place when your partner and his family feud over the dinner party.  Here’s how to be supportive of your partner without disrespecting his family:

1. Don’t jump in: Your partner will tell you if they need to tag you in on a family fight.  Keep your thoughts to yourself, unless you’re asked to share them.

2. If asked, keep it neutral: When put in the middle of a feud, state facts that will make both sides happy.  Never pick a side.

3. Don’t play dumb: If you get in the middle, don’t walk away without attempting to help diffuse the situation.  It may seem like minding your own business is a good idea, but your partner may lose faith in you, and his family may abandon their respect for you.

Release Date: Nov. 11