Thanksgiving is a beautiful day of overeating, parades, football, gratitude and, most importantly, pie. But holiday dinner is also rife with conversational landmines. There’s that uncle who you fight with about politics on Facebook and now have to actually see in person. Your grandparents like to ask loudly every chance they get why you moved so far from home or what your career is supposed to be. And every relative in the room wants to corner you and individually ask, why are you still single? Or, if you finally aren’t single, when are you going to start having kids?