7 Free Xenophobia Conversation Starters

7 Free Xenophobia Conversation Starters

Welcome to the Change the World series. Xenophobia can be a difficult topic and that is part of the reason these are conversations worth having. No purchase or download required. These conversations topics might make you feel uncomfortable.
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How to use Cards & Conversation for Counseling

How to use Cards & Conversation for Counseling

Thank you to the professional counselors, couples, supportive friends, and family who tell us how you are using Cards & Conversation. You will find us in couples and family counseling, addiction centers, grief counseling, support groups,
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How to succeed as an introvert

How to succeed as an introvert

You can be an introvert and still be capable, smart, or even charismatic. An introvert is most simply defined as being recharged by alone time (or one-on-one with someone you are very close to).  Some famous introverts include Albert
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Conversations during Quarantine

Conversations during Quarantine

Welcome to Cards & Conversation. Glad you are here. The world feels different right now and many of us are looking for better connections to the people that matter to us.
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Conversation with Kids and Teens

Conversation with Kids and Teens

Shopping for kids and teens can be tough. Not every gift can be the coolest new toy or experience but you can do better than socks, right?  We recommend Cards & Conversation. It is a great standalone gift or as part of a larger gift. 

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Gifts for Couples

Gifts for Couples

Hi. We are a couple that enjoys Cards & Conversation and can confidently say it's been a wonderful part of our relationship. If you are shopping for gift ideas for a couple, this is worth a look.   Cards & Conversation offers
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How a viral post helped me spend less time on social media

How a viral post helped me spend less time on social media

Would you like to spend less time on social media? It seems many of us agree. An online question asked, “What does it mean if a person doesn’t want to be on a site like Facebook?”. The answer read...
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Anniversary Gift

Anniversary Gift

So, it's time to shop for anniversary gifts? Congratulations! We are also a couple that enjoys Cards & Conversation and can confidently say it's been a wonderful part of our relationship. Cards & Conversation offers 200 fantastic
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Is This The Perfect Gift?

Is This The Perfect Gift?

Gift giving can be tough. Gift giving without spending a lot of money can be tougher. We believe Cards & Conversation is the answer.  Cards & Conversation offers 200 fantastic conversation starters appropriate for family, friends,
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One essential item for your holiday gathering with friends and family

One essential item for your holiday gathering with friends and family

Ready to make your next friend or family gathering special? Great conversations can transform a get-together into a memorable experience. So, what do you talk about after delighting in the food menu, sharing cocktail family
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A road rage story that kind of describes America right now

A road rage story that kind of describes America right now

I was recently driving home along a busy street. A vehicle was fast approaching and began to swerve. I tapped the horn to let him know I was in his blind spot. That's when it happened. The driver slammed on his brakes, jumped out of the car and
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How to avoid political arguments

How to avoid political arguments

This article is your guide when you’d rather not discuss politics but cannot just walk away. That might be with coworkers, during holidays with extended family, or even your own dinner table. Politics is also a broad term. It may be the vote
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How to choose the perfect gift

How to choose the perfect gift

Gift giving does not have to be tricky. This guide is intended to help you find the perfect gift, regardless of holiday or gift-giving reason. Discover just the right gift for the person who has everything or for that special someone. It’s also
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How do you talk with a grieving person?

How do you talk with a grieving person?

Losing a loved one is one of the hardest things most of us will experience. Grieving takes time and support. If you are the person supporting, the questions below can be a useful guide but they are not a substitute for professional grief
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Questions about Mental Health

Questions about Mental Health

Welcome to the “Change the World” series, by Cards & Conversation. This article asks questions about mental health stigma and concepts. If you would rather talk with someone about your mental health or theirs, please scroll down and click
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Conversation with Elderly Parents and Grandparents

Conversation with Elderly Parents and Grandparents

Millions of older adults across the country struggle with feelings of loneliness, isolation, and lack of regular companionship. According to a survey conducted by University of Michigan – AARP, 1-in-3 adults say they lack regular
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How to spend the final minutes of a job interview

How to spend the final minutes of a job interview

The job market is competitive, but the hiring process has not changed much. You still get an interview based on your skills and experience and then your interview is an opportunity to share your story and connect on a personal level. The final
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Healthcare Insurance in the USA - 7 Questions

Healthcare Insurance in the USA - 7 Questions

What should healthcare insurance in the USA look like? I’m not here to pitch an idea. This doesn’t have a political or personal agenda. The Cards & Conversation series asks tough questions and invites conversation. As a person with
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What should I do with the stimulus check?

What should I do with the stimulus check?

I spoke with a colleague who spent the first stimulus check right away and another who used the entire amount to pad her savings account. Money blogs tell you to save pennies and guilt you into skipping your morning coffee. Good financial
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One essential item for your makerspace

One essential item for your makerspace

Your makerspace might be 3D printers and soldering irons. It might be repurposed household items. It might all be stored in a box or have a dedicated space in your home. Maybe your makerspace is the local library or museum that may not be open
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How fast does shipping need to be?

How fast does shipping need to be?

I accidentally began an experiment in early 2018. My mailbox and approximately 200 others are clustered about one-half block down the street. I’d walk to pick up the mail most days of the week and promptly deposit most of it in the recycle bin.
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Quarantine Questions

Quarantine Questions

Quarantine, lock down, social isolation. However you label it, the topic is on our minds. We are trying to understand it while finding ways to stay healthy, happy, and connected. Sometimes the best thing we can do is acknowledge our reality and
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Should we reopen schools?

Should we reopen schools?

Should we reopen schools this fall? I'm genuinely asking and you might be also. I'm not here to pitch an idea. This doesn't have a political or personal agenda. The Cards & Conversation Change the World series asks tough questions and invites
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7 Free Racism Conversation Starters

7 Free Racism Conversation Starters

Welcome to the Change the World series. Racism can be a difficult topic and that is part of the reason these are conversations worth having. No purchase or download required. These conversations topics might make you feel uncomfortable. That's
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8 Benefits of Family Dinner Conversation

8 Benefits of Family Dinner Conversation

A survey asked American Teens when they were most likely to talk to their parents: dinner was their top answer. The Family Dinner Project is a Harvard Research study led by a diverse group that share a belief in the power of family dinners. 
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