Some Americans are feeling more anxiety than anticipation for Thanksgiving celebrations this year after a bitter and divisive election – here are 10 stories
Thanksgiving is a time for Americans to come together and celebrate; it’s a holiday that many look forward to all year. But this year, some Americans are feeling more anxiety than anticipation, as fallout from this bitter and divisive election continues to create conflict between friends and loved ones all over the country. We asked you to tell us how you’re planning to cope with the political divide in your family this holiday season. Here are 10 of your stories.
How am I supposed to look them in the eye and exchange pleasantries when all I can feel is betrayal?
I am a sexual assault survivor and it made me sick that my family would support a man who brags about assaulting women
There is no room in my life for hateful people, no matter their blood relation to me