It’s nearly a week after America’s presidential election and much of the country is still abuzz with post-election analysis and political commentary. While many of us have experienced political overload, avoidance is not as easy as turning off the television or changing the radio station. Election aftermath continues to infiltrate social circles and take over conversations with family and friends.
Social networking interactions are far from the exception.
Whether your candidate won or lost, the close call of this race indicates at least some of your friends and family don’t share your reaction. This difference in opinion has spurred hateful Facebook memes, negative comments to loved ones, and outright social disputes.
Why are people still so angry about the election and what can you do to move forward?
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