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How will you handle politics at Thanksgiving dinner?

For all the love and gratitude shared at Thanksgiving, the dinner table also has a reputation as a battleground for awkward family conversations. This year’s holiday comes at the heels of an emotional election that has caused stress, fractured friendships and left adults struggling with how to talk about the election with children.

Are you worried about how political discourse might affect your family meal? Tell us how you plan to tackle talking about the election. Will you restrict politics altogether? Did you decide to invite only a pro-Trump or pro-Clinton crowd to avoid confrontation? Share your strategies, your advice or your concerns.

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