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How To Survive A Social Media Debate About Trump

This post was originally published on Techealthiest for Self-Therapy Month. I felt compelled to write this post after my wife read out loud her wild Facebook posting exchange she had about the 2016 Presidential Election. I'm going to share with you how to survive social media leading up to the election. If you don't take a moment to plan your posting war strategy, your social media behavior is likely to eat you alive and ruin many potentially fine days.
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