Tania Israel

Author; Professor of Counseling Psychology, University of California Santa Barbara; Director of UCSB's Project Rise.

Professor of psychology and director of UCSB’s Project Rise, an LGBTQ research and advocacy program. She’s the author of “Beyond Your Bubble: How to Connect Across the Political Divide”

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For some families and friends, the upcoming holiday season brings with it an added dimension — frustration!

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For some families and friends, the upcoming holiday season brings with it an added dimension — frustration!

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The peaceful transfer of power from one party to another is one of the key principles of our democracy and a society governed by laws.

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