Persuade Don’t Preach - Order the Book
Restoring Civility Across the Political Divide
Endorsed by Richard Rohr, noted spiritual teacher:
“This book is a helpful guide to how to understand people in such a way that you can talk to them more productively.“
Chosen as part of the Civility Project at Oakland City University.
If you would like to order the book, Persuade, Don't Preach: Restoring Civility Across the Political Divide, you can go to Bookshop.org, Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Apple, Tolino, Bibliotheca, Vivlio and Kobo. If you want to order books in a quantity for a group or organization, you can order books at a discount directly from the publisher by using the form on the left. Just click discount bundle.
If you want to form a book study group, be sure to order your copies at a discount using the form at the left and remind Karen via email to send you a free copy of her discussion guide for groups.
Karen (and her book) has been recently quoted in an article on transphobia on Salon.com, and one about real life examples of Maslow's hierarchy of needs on upjourney. She has also been featured in articles on Conflict Resolution Tips on business.com, in an article on how these ideas can help us make ethical decisions in UpJourney, in an article on self love, an article on what causes political polarization, an article on how to combat climate change denial and on being a "Karen" in the Newark Star Ledger. Also, here's a link to an interview with her on the Philadelphia Yearly Meeting site: (Quaker) and a link about her speaking opportunties. Bobby Trice, an Engagement Associate at Friends Committee on National Legislation, has written about his understanding of her technique in this blog and is conducting training sessions on this for this lobbying organzation.
Other features have been on Thrive Authority magazine, Medium and one in the Bucks County Courier Times on the issue of vaccine hesitancy. The Alton Telegraph has featured her tips on how to have a Peaceful Thanksgiving.