Both presidential candidates have succumbed to divisiveness at a time in history that I believe we’d be better served by efforts to find common ground as world citizens.
In my PsychologyToday.com article today, I describe how I’ve dealt with being a member of an identity
group that has often stressed its victimhood and how I resisted. It may
offer lessons not only for people in identity groups but how we might
better address our internal demons, and more constructively come
together to work for a better world.