Gratitude might not be the first thing you think of fostering dialogue in divided groups.
Some questions to invite a conversation across the aisle.
Jacob Hess (left) and Phil Neisser of You're Not as Crazy as I Thought (But You're Still Wrong) stop by on election day to share insights on fostering relationships amidst political polarization.
Reflections on the possibilities for dialogue in a country with a long history of silence...for some.
Here's what I learned from silent car rides about how to invite richer conversation with my kids.
I dreaded Yom Kippur because I understood it to be an opportunity to focus primarily, if not solely, on my shortcomings.