(Interior of church in Witney, England)
Politics and religion can draw people into pretty heated arguments, and it can polarize family members and friends. While discussion of different ideas is always a good thing - especially when it is done in a respectful manner - there is a time and place for it.
Which leads me to this question:
Should you discuss politics and religion at work?
If you have strayed into this territory at work, what has been your experience with it? Have you been able to see other points of view that you never considered before? Or does it create unbelievable tension with your co-workers?
It's been my experience that you should pick a time and place for these types of discussions, or you should avoid them altogether.
What do you think?
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