One comment on “Marriage, Divorce big part of DNA in Politics
  1. Amanda says:

    I think it is important to be able to use terminology that reflects your audience’s perspectives–how else will you get through? And it is a process–one talk is not enough to make any “bipartisan” efforts effective, but rather it is a process that includes patience, a diversion from ego to a degree, and don’t forget about the intention in the first place–does it come from a place of love or a place of wanting control? Hmmm, sounds like a marriage, or any relationship for that matter. Which is what politics is–a relationship with people. This is an interesting concept for a site!

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