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Handling Disagreements

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The commissioner of the NFL Roger Goodell and President Donald Trump are involved in the controversy over whether football players should stand or kneel in protest during the national anthem. Grant’s view is that we live in America so if people don’t want to stand up they shouldn’t have to stand up. This isn’t the Soviet Union. Should the NFL make players to stand? Elena’s view is that football is not a political platform. In any relationship you’re going to have disagreements, but the thing to remember is to move on from those disagreements fast. Don’t let them ruin your day, your week, or month. Too many people let small things turn to big things because they can’t get a handle on how to come together after disagreement! What do you think about players kneeling during the national anthem?

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