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Sometimes the most meaningful conversations come at surprising times: with someone you meet on a train and never see again, with a friend of a friend who you’ve only just met. Conversely, conversations with our closest friends and family can often be difficult, and we sometimes fail to share our deepest thoughts and feelings with those we love the most.
Many of us are bad at listening because we enjoy expressing our opinions and speaking out even if we have to interrupt. As a result, we are always focused on responding to others rather than trying to understand them because we frequently confuse listening with hearing. Listening entails far more than hearing.
Interacting with people isn’t always simple; in fact, it can be so stressful at times that it may lead to depression.
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