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How does it make you feel when people you know—whether it’s your family, friends, co-workers, or acquaintances on social media—have opposing views on topics that are important to you?
I recently made a post on social media that prompted a lot of critical feedback, and those comments inspired today’s episode.
Having disagreements with coworkers, clients, friends, and especially family members can be frustrating. But how do we interact with those we disagree with? Do we choose to judge, condemn, and perpetuate polarization, or do we choose to respect each other’s opinions, and come from a place of love and understanding.
In the spirit of helping heal humanity, empathizing, loving each other, and better understanding each other, I want to talk to you about three (3) considerations to help you get along with people you disagree with. I also want to respond to some of the feedback I received from that social media post, then discuss what we can do to get along better with everyone—no matter how different they may be.
- What it really means when an intelligent person thinks the exact opposite way that you do on a topic.
- How to keep an open mind, learn what someone else thinks and feels, and grow and evolve with them.
- How learning someone’s perspective gives you the key to unconditional empathy and love for all people.
- What happened when I shared a post by an alternative doctor on Facebook–and how my own experience prompted me to share that message with my audience.
- How to transcend toxic tribalism and ideology and work to become a beacon of peace, empathy, and understanding.
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