Episode 1: Family & Friends – AEI – American Enterprise Institute: Freedom, Opportunity, Enterprise

How do we navigate substantive disagreements – political or otherwise – with those closest to us? And how do we hold a discourse without sweeping differences under the rug or burning bridges? This episode unpacks ways of dealing with those differences of opinion in personal relationships: a primer for dealing with conflict at the next family gathering, and an inspiring story of two friends whose relationship survived their politics.

References and further reading:
How our friendship survives our opposing politics | Caitlin Quattromani and Lauran Arledge | TEDx
Identity and epistemic emotions during knowledge revision: A potential account for the backfire effect | Gregory J. Trevors
Stress in America: The state of our nation | American Psychological Association
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