Verbal communication consists of all the words a

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Verbal communication: Consists of all the words a person speaks Communicate our beliefs and valuesCommunicate perceptions and meaningsConvey interest and understanding or insult and judgementConvey messages clearly or convey conflicting or implied messagesConvey clear, honest feelings or disguises, distorted feelings Nonverbal communication: The tone of voice, emphasis on certain words, and the manner in which a person paces speech Physical appearance, body posture, eye contact, hand gestures, sighs, fidgeting, and yawning Facial expression is extremely important The eyes and the mouth hold the biggest cluesWhat are the communication skills for nurses, therapeutic communication techniques?
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Chapter 10. Stress Responses and Stress ManagementWhat are the responses to the effects of stress? Such as: fight, flight, freeze

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