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Life Skills: Here’s how to handle discussing politics during the holidays

Q: With the holidays around the corner, should you discuss politics?

A: We negotiate politics across our interpersonal relationships everyday, whether they be familial, romantic, platonic and professional. There are certain family dynamics we’re cognizant of. We sometimes frame our approach with our

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