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I Love You, But I Hate Your Politics

Coming Soon (June 11, 2019)! Available for preorder now

I Love You, But I Hate Your Politics is sure to educate and entertain anyone who has felt the strain of ideological differences in their personal life. No matter which side of the fence you’re on, Dr. Safer offers frank, practical advice for salvaging and strengthening your bonds with your loved ones. This book is required reading for any politically-minded friend, relative, or significant other in the Trump era.

“Dr. Jeanne Safer has diagnosed the sociological and psychological influence of hyper partisanship in our most intimate of relationships, especially within our family. I applaud her for courageously and honestly looking into these relationships and giving the reader candid advice on how to work towards civility.”

Donna Brazile, Former Chair, DNC, political analyst, Fox News Contributor

“We’ve been hating each other’s politics for forty years, but we still love each other, so Jeanne Safer must know what she’s talking about.”

Richard Brookhiser, Author and Senior Fellow, National Review Institute

“Supersonic advice for creating love across the aisle!”

E. Jean Carroll, Elle advice columnist and author of What Do We Need Men For?

Gone are the days when couples could simply avoid areas of conflict over public policy, as my own parents did (my father was an Eisenhower Republican and my mother a liberal Democrat); I never heard them discuss, much less quarrel about, politics. But in the sixties, the era of Vietnam, the personal became the political. The Bush era, the Iraq War, and fights over the Supreme Court escalated the right/left conflict, and dialogue across the aisle became rarer and rarer. Now… it has disappeared.

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“Dr. Jeanne Safer has diagnosed the sociological and psychological influence of hyper partisanship in our most intimate of relationships, especially within our family. I applaud her for courageously and honestly looking into these relationships and giving the reader candid advice on how to work towards civility.”

Donna Brazile, Former Chair, DNC, political analyst, Fox News Contributor

“We’ve been hating each other’s politics for forty years, but we still love each other, so Jeanne Safer must know what she’s talking about.”

Richard Brookhiser, Author and Senior Fellow, National Review Institute

“Supersonic advice for creating love across the aisle!”

E. Jean Carroll, Elle advice columnist and author of What Do We Need Men For?