Dear Prudence podcast: The “Workplace Politics” edition.

Help! I’m Liberal Like My Co-Workers, but I’m Sick of Talking Politics in the Office.

Help! I’m Liberal Like My Co-Workers, but I’m Sick of Talking Politics in the Office.

Advice on manners and morals.
March 1 2017 7:30 AM

Dear Prudence: The “Workplace Politics” Edition

I’m tired of hearing my co-workers talk about the election. Help!

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Tune in for a very special solo episode of Dear Prudence. First, she helps a woman who wonders if her bedroom role play is bad for her. Then, Prudie’s advice on dealing with strangers commenting on your daughter’s red hair; talking about your unwanted pregnancy while your sister can’t conceive; telling your co-workers you don’t want to talk politics; and recognizing if an ex’s behavior qualified as emotional abuse. Plus, what to do when a friend insists she had more than an emotional affair with your wife.

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