What to do when you discover you fundamentally disagree with people in your life
There are many reasons to have strong and worthy opinions that need to be voiced, especially as of late. The pandemic has brought about myths that, when propagated, could threaten public health. And a modern civil rights movement is illuminating the systemic racism that continues to empower white supremacy everywhere—including in the workplace, in health-care, and in wellness spaces. So when someone in your live voices and defends a perspective you don’t agree with and feel you can’t simply brush under the rug, what’s best way to handle that conflict? Should you take a stand or not engage?