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Now That The Presidential Election Is Over…

Supporters of President-elect Joe Biden and supporters of President Trump dem...

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Above: Supporters of President-elect Joe Biden and supporters of President Trump demonstrate in San Diego, Nov. 7, 2020.

In 2016, after a polarizing election, feelings were so raw that Thanksgiving dinner tables became battlegrounds.

And the hard feelings didn't go away — causing family ties, friendships and even romances to fray. Now, four years later, we've experienced an election that was every bit as divisive. Will people go back to their battle stations? Or will there be an effort to move on and try to heal the divisions?

We want to hear from you about what you're experiencing and any plans you might have to begin the healing in your life. Please contact reporter Amita Sharma at

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