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Neuro-linguistic programming
These two words are still a mystery to most men when women try to explain something to them. There have being a lot of stereotyping of women by men that to women saying “No” means “Yes” and the other way round that “Yes” means “No”.
It has been said many times that communication is the key to happiness, however many men don’t understand just how important this is to women. Women are not unreasonably telling you to talk to them with endlessly conversation or neither would they ask for a two-hour conversation on the phone. However, men need to understand that women have about 8000 words, give or take a few ten thousands, words to say in a day. While most men manage just half that. Nowadays, communication can even be written words.
Communication in business is essential. Am I right? Yes, but with so many ways of communication and generations in the workforce today it is critical to understand others' preferences. Knowing the subtle nuances of how others communicate can help you understand how to deal with those you communicate and deal with in business. Understanding the differences can help you get ahead.
One of the most difficult things to comprehend is how a once intimate relationship can result in loneliness and isolation when couples stop having meaningful communication.
Adolescents or Teenagers change their attitudes and communication towards parents and other people they have being used to socialize with. It is therefore very difficult for the parents to understand how their child has changed into a sullen adolescent. They give terse replies, stony silence, barely speaks, argumentative and isolates himself to his room.
Talking and letter writing use to be the norm when it came to expressing ourselves for hundreds of years. Now what do we have ... cell phones, emails, fax machines, texting, podcasts and whatever else to get our meanings across?
Small talk is an art.It builds rapport and often leads to bigger things, like friendship and new jobs. Those little conversations probably have more impact than any other. While some seem to be born with this gift, it can be developed by practicing. Here are the ten secrets of small talk
Parents of tweens and teens often complain how their kids tune them out. Teens say the same thing about how their parents "never listen." Could it be that when we multi-task and only pretend to listen to our kids we're actually teaching them that auto-pilot listening is the way we communicate it in this family?
When tweens or teens push our buttons and we automatically react in anger, we tend to make a family situation worse. But when we can stop and ask ourselves "What does my child need right now?" we have a better chance of responding with clarity, compassion and understanding. That kind of thoughtful response will likely improve a parent-teen relationship.
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