This year’s presidential contest was so close, it revealed that, despite the hardships that defined 2020, many Americans are far from united.
How do we share this planet, our world, this republic, our cubicles, our homes — and in some cases even our bedrooms — with people whom we may disagree with so vehemently?
Unless we want to sit alone all by ourselves in cranky self-righteousness, we must find a way to at least try to repair our relationships. Experts say it will take honesty, transparency, and forgiveness. And it won’t be easy.