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Communication
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Communication Definition The process through which participants create and share information with one another as they move toward reaching mutual understanding. It is involved in every aspect of daily life, from birth to death. It is universal. It is easily taken for granted.
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Challenges in communication Age Gender Authority Culture
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Ways people communicate
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Five Areas Crucial To Communication Body Language Facial Language Speech and Voice Patterns Language Content Behavioral Patterns
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Communicating within Relationships Usually bad communication is at the root of the problem. Bad Communication: Becoming argumentative and defensive Denying one’s feelings and/or Acting them out indirectly
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Why Relationships Work! Good Communication: Listening to other’s feelings Expressing one’s feelings openly and directly – assertive communication Self disclosure Improve nonverbal skills
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