I Never Thought of It That Way
How to Have Fearlessly
Curious Conversations in
Dangerously Divided Times
Ready to fight back against the confusion, heartbreak, and madness of our dangerously divided times? Find the answers you need by talking with people—rather than about them—and asking the questions you want, curiously. Seeing where people are coming from isn't just possible. It's easier than you think.
A New York Times recommended read, also featured in:
Bloomberg, Reader's Digest, and the Christian Science Monitor
Glenn Beck Podcast, Sharon Says So Podcast, and Andrew Yang's Forward Podcast
Bridge USA, Stanford Social Innovation Review, and UC Berkeley Greater Good Science Center
“Curiosity is big and it is badass. At its weakest, it keeps our minds open so they don’t shrink. At its strongest, it whips us into a frenzy of unstoppable learning.”
Mónica Guzmán is a bridge builder, journalist, and author who lives for great conversations sparked by curious questions.
She’s Senior Fellow for Public Practice at Braver Angels and author of The New York Times recommended read I Never Thought of it That Way: How to Have Fearlessly Curious Conversations in Dangerously Divided Times.
A Mexican immigrant, Latina, and dual US/Mexico citizen, she lives in Seattle with her husband and two kids and is the proud liberal daughter of conservative parents.