The Thanksgiving dinner table is a thing of legend.
It's so filled with good food and the potential for great joy, but it's also a place of pain. A place where your aunt might ask when you're getting married, or your uncle might have a lot of things to say about Hillary Clinton. It's a place for your doctor cousin to share their stories of saving countless lives, while your tales of freelancing from your couch are less impressive. Or perhaps your daughter has taken up a new diet and is displeased with the array of cream-filled mashed potatoes, or your brother broke everything trying to deep fry the turkey, or your best friend brought her new girlfriend who never shuts up about her "job" selling leggings on the internet.
Like we said, a place of pain. But we're here to help.