Sleeping With The Enemy? – As Seen In – Verve Magazine

Politics can trigger opposing views, which can often turn friends and families into foes and enemies. But how would couples deal with this if it’s negatively affecting their relationship?

Verve Magazine dives deeper into this topic with the article, ‘Sleeping With The Enemy?’. Here, they asked Dr. Dana McNeil to share her expert views on the matter.

“The ideal way to talk about political differences as a couple involves both partners sitting down and talking about the dreams and goals you have in common,” Dana McNeil, Ph.D., a San Diego-based licensed marriage family therapist, tells Today. “This creates an atmosphere of finding similarities and shared values. The goal is to find ways that you will navigate the major issues without tearing down the other person’s character.”

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Dr. Dana McNeil

Dr. Dana McNeil
PsyD, LMFT

Founder of The Relationship Place
Marriage and Family Therapist CA License #99008

certified gottman therapist
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