It's election season in Arizona.
As we work to familiarize ourselves with the agendas of prospective candidates, it's common for our passions about issues to spill into more conversations at work, at home and with friends.
Unfortunately, these interactions aren't always positive.
It doesn't matter if you're the person who researches every candidate's name on the ballot, vote based on single issues or party. At times our emotions get the best of us and our relationships suffer.
So, how do we prevent this from happening?
How can we ensure that we're humbled this election season? Instead of finding malicious intentions behind every word or instruction?
Our new episode of In the Room opens the conversation with a panel of opinions with different views.