Keeping the family peace during political season
October 12, 2012
Do you worry about politics ruining your personal relationships? Are there family members you re-consider inviting to functions because of their heated, dinner table conversations? Have you and your partner made a pact not to parse a stump speech or even turn off the TV when a presidential debate is on? Our guest, Clark University psychologist, DR. JAMES CORDOVA, says itâ€™s rare â€˜mixed couplesâ€™ exist, but he has advised them through political season rough patches. And Philadelphia couple, ANDREW COLE and JANET LEWIS, discuss how they enjoy a healthy marriage, despite having separate accounts of what they do in the voting booth.
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