With many families spending more time together now, there are ample opportunities for tension and hurt feelings. But these moments also offer invitations to reconnect.
There’s a way forward after the election, and it must involve having open and honest conversations about our hopes and fears.
Empathy can go a long way when it comes to public health messages.
Everyone messes up. Any relationship involves two imperfect communicators capable of hurt feelings, frustration, or loneliness. Given this, expecting communication and harmony to be “par for the course” is unreasonable.
Resilience practices and culturally rooted health traditions show promise for overcoming trauma in real-life settings.