Needless acrimony can be skirted by finding out directly if your partner wants advice or just someone to listen.
As the 2020 election draws to a close, here’s how to avoid a big argument about politics with your loved ones.
Everyone in our lives urged us to move on.
Leave your non-apology at the door.
A little arguing here and there can be beneficial, if done right.
Don't resort to these low blows.
"It's like shooting somebody in the thigh and then saying, 'Can you forgive me right now?'"
Talking politics with your extended family members may be as pleasant as reclining on a bed of nails, but in this contentious post election season it is hard to get away from it.
Marriage therapists have the answers.
Campaigns have gotten much longer and much louder and much much nastier. It is certainly not original for me to say that campaigning has overtaken governing in the way politicians spend their time.