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Brené Brown: How to Talk to Your Kids About Divisive Political Rhetoric

In an environment of political divisiveness, strong opinions and sometimes hateful dialogue (especially on the internet), explaining the root of different values and beliefs to your children can be difficult.

With a family of diverse political opinions, Brené Brown knows the importance of staying grounded and respectful when discussing controversial issues, and it's a lesson she's carefully shared with her kids.

Watch above as Brené explains why teaching respect and an open mind is crucial for kids today, and why it's better to let our children develop their own opinions rather than force someone else's views upon them.

For more parenting tips from Brené Brown, visit CourageWorks.com.
Published 01/27/2017
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