Page Leggett is a freelance writer and editor based in her hometown of Charlotte, N.C. She writes regularly for the Charlotte Observer, Business North Carolina, and other local and regional publications.
A behavioral psychologist says the first step to coping with a different Thanksgiving is acknowledging the strangeness of the times.
Whether online or in person, Thanksgiving gatherings are likely to be politically tense this year. Here’s how to keep peace with more strident relatives and speak up without ruining dinner, too.
"My alma mater’s motto is Pro humanitate. Literally, for humanity. You know that phrase, too. You also graduated from Wake Forest. And yet your first impulse is to serve yourself."