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Another area of concern for our community identified at our “Community Check In” last October was “political differences.” This excellent book provides stories and tools for ow we can recharacterize and rehumanize people we disagree with in order to achieve healthy and productive conflict versus what Ripley calls “high” conflict. From the publisher:

“People do escape high conflict. Individuals—even entire communities—can short-circuit the feedback loops of outrage and blame, if they want to. This is an “insightful and enthralling” (The New York Times Book Review) book—and a mind-opening new way to think about conflict that will transform how we move through the world.”

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