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Learning to Communicate Better

Learning to Communicate Better

If we truly want to learn how to communicate better with others, we must now emotionally anchor the theoretical knowledge we have acquired so far. Only through emotional processing can we learn to use it.

One can agree with theoretical information without deriving any benefit from it; because one knows oneself too little to know that one would personally have to learn to really engage with others.

By confronting oneself with one's own behavior, one can come to terms with the fact that one is making communication errors. Moreover, like this, one experiences firsthand what it feels like.


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A practical guide to help us improve our communication skills. It offers useful strategies and techniques to communicate more effectively and interact successfully with others.

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