🎧 How to Find Wholeness in a Divided World
Having metaphorically great “sex” with our political rivals
In this episode of the Outrage Overload podcast, I talk to Tiffynee Terry Thomas, a clinical sexologist and relationship coach, about how to bridge the political divide. She suggests that the current political landscape is like a toxic marriage and that the country needs counseling to be fixed. Thomas explains that active listening is key to understanding someone else’s perspective, even if you don’t agree with it. She emphasizes that it is important to take a break if the conversation becomes too heated, and to be willing to agree to disagree. Thomas believes that the current political divide is similar to a toxic marriage, and that her approach can help to create wholeness within oneself, within relationships, and in the political sphere. The conversation concludes with the idea of having metaphorically great “sex” with our political rivals.
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