Make a pledge today to meet a frenemy on or around November 9th. When the time comes, here is some advice on how to get the conversation started, but it really isn’t that difficult. Engage in a respectful yet probing conversation, ideally face to face, that reminds you and your counterpart of your shared humanity beyond your very real, and valid, disagreements. Rinse, repeat, and share your stories via Twitter (#FrenemiesDay), Facebook and Instagram (#FrenemiesDay).
Many thanks to everyone that participated in and supported ‘Frenemies Day’, and in particular our drop-in at Virginia Tech yesterday! We had a great turnout and some neat conversations. The election results were, unsurprisingly, on many participants’ minds. However, other topics were also discussed, ranging from genetically modified organisms to the Deferred Action for Childhood … Continue reading #FrenemiesDay 2016 Recap
Grateful that the News Office has been so helpful in promoting a Frenemies Day drop-in here at VT: http://vtnews.vt.edu/notices/frenemiesday.html The details are: Is there a friend or colleague you’ve had a hard time talking to this election season? Looking to detox and restore relationships when the voting is over? You are invited to bring a … Continue reading Frenemies Day at Virginia Tech
Let’s make November 9th National Frenemies Day. It is a chance to (re)friend across the divide, so let’s talk!
The Frenemies Project has been garnering significant press attention. Here is some of it.