In a few weeks, two of my four children will be participating in a U.S. presidential election for the first time.
Like most families around the globe, we’ve had more togetherness than usual due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and politics has been a bigger topic of conversation at our house this year than in the past. Needless to say, we don’t always agree. Many of my colleagues have reported similar conversations in their own households.
The global spotlight and multiple storylines of this election result in a constant, and sometimes overbearing, newsreel of chaotic conversations on social media and