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Bridging the Political Divide: Healing Partisan Wounds from Family and Friends

Bridging the Political Divide: Healing Partisan Wounds from Family and Friends

As the elections approach, political rancor has heightened. What do we do about all our crazy family and friends spouting talking points "from the other side"? Sometimes it feels like they are talking nonsense. Join Coach Meri for this FREE 30-min webinar as we explore how Cultural Resilience can be an essential tool for bridging the political divide and can heal the partisan wounds we might be carrying from those close to us.

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Sometimes there simply cannot be two equal opinions. For example, the opposition to transgender is that is that it's mentally deranged behavior.

There is no "resilience" for that. The anti-trans political attacks are, quite literally, cultural genocide.

That said, would be interested to see if you have any notes on how to dig past rational understanding build on vastly differing underlying world view and work to instead build more consensus world view. Especially anything that's not just "agree to disagree", which is not an effective option when what's at stake is continuation of genocide, or other such levels of harm.

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