Tuesday, Feb. 8
Social Studies - Families And Politics
It’s a scene that I think many of us can relate to. The table is set, the food is cooked to perfection, the extended family is all together, then someone brings up healthcare reform or mentions Sarah Palin, and before you know it sparks are flying – if not dinner rolls. Families are good for a lot of things, but talking politics isn’t always one of them, especially if yours is a family of “mixed political persuasion.” Our social etiquette guru and author of the Miss Conduct column and blog for the Boston Globe, Robin Abrahams joins us with some tips about how to navigate these sometimes-murky waters.