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Using Strategies For Communicating About Difficult Issues
The way humans create and share meaning
2.) Happy Couples and There Communication Skills
Happy couples are 6 times more likely to agree that they are satisfied with how they talk to each other.
79% of happy couples don't say things that would bring the other down.
83% of happy couples say that the partner is a good listener.
3.) Unhappy Couples and There Communication Skills
Only 18% of unhappy couples say there partner is a good listener.
Only 20% of unhappy couples say they wouldn't say mean things to bring the other down.
4.) Three Types of Communication Differences
5.) Three Types of Listeners
7.) A person who doesn't listen at all. Only wants to take control of conversation.
8.) The listener is still trying to take control of conversation, just not as much as the Persuasive listener.
6.) The listener simply lets the speaker talk without interruption.
9.) Assertive communication
Expression of thoughts, feelings, and desires as one's right as an individual.
10.) Passive Communication
Unwillingness to say what they think, feel, or want.
11.) Aggressive Communication
Wanting to hurt or put down the other person to protect self-esteem.
Someones ability to express their feelings and desires to a partner.
13.) Self- Confidence
How much a person feels they have control and the ability over their life.
A persons tendency to minimize issues and being reluctant to deal with issues direct.
15.) Partner Dominance
The degree to which a person feels their partner tries to be controlling and dominant.
It occurs when a person tells someone personal emotion or feelings.
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18.) Mixed Messages
Messages in which there is a discrepancy between verbal and the nonverbal components.
19.) Nonverbal Communication
20.) Continuous Partial Attention
Relentless flow of information