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I Love You, but I Hate Your Politics: How to Protect Your Intimate Relationships in a Poisonous Partisan World

Key insights from Jeanne Safer's

I Love You, but I Hate Your Politics: How to Protect Your Intimate Relationships in a Poisonous Partisan World


Key insights from Jeanne Safer's

I Love You, but I Hate Your Politics: How to Protect Your Intimate Relationships in a Poisonous Partisan World

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Don’t make the mistake of thinking politics is more important than love.

<p>Can you love someone who loves Donald Trump? Can you love someone who supports socialism? Do these scenarios sound like toxic love triangles that will end in disaster? The idea that you can’t love someone who disagrees with you is a limiting one that cuts you off from half of the country. Simply put, politics is not as important as love. In this Snapshot, you’ll hear from real couples on how to mend relationships with intimate political rivals.</p><br>

Read this Snapshot if you:

  • Are married to someone whose political beliefs make you question your vows
  • Are unfriending people left and right on Facebook due to differences in politics
  • Want to learn some tools for general conflict resolution
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Disagreeing about politics has always been awkward; disagreeing with a loved one about politics can be holiday-ruining. And since the presidential election of 2016, disagreements have escalated from potentially rude differences of opinion to potentially epic food fights that end in the greatest snub in the 21st century: unfriending on Facebook.

Most people who exile friends or family members or even divorce spouses over politics will argue that the outrage is unavoidable and totally warranted. After all, if someone supports Trump, they are actually evil, right? Or if your...

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