When politics and alcohol mix, the results can tear families and the country apart.
Learn to have conversations that create insights instead of food fights.
Bridging the divides in our families is the first step in keeping our country from being torn apart by politics. That doesn't mean agreeing on everything. Take a step back to remember the love and connection you share.
When Trump comes up, rather than a fight breaking out, we can ask questions and recall history to help our loved ones think beyond the slogans.
A crack in your loved one's certainty is an opportunity to tell a story that's fun and educational. This can get everyone to ask themselves, "Should I believe everything I think?" Stories convey ideas in ways that facts and figures can't. Telling the right story can help avoid a fight and get people to start thinking critically.
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