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Civility challenges during pandemic and holidays

The Door County Civility Project’s mission to foster and incorporate the principles of civility into the fabric of everyday life is being challenged with the forces of a pandemic, an election year, and the holiday season.  Steering Committee member Shirley Senarighi says it’s important to show empathy when dealing with those who hold different political views.  Even a month removed from Election Day, emotions can still be running deep.

 

 

Senarighi also notes that the additional stresses of COVID-19 this year will bring about a different type of stress around the holidays.  Having perspective, respecting differing opinions, and not judging others while keeping an open dialogue can promote civility.  Senarighi adds that now is a good time to heal those family relationships that may have been damaged in the past.    

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