Find support who will extend reciprocity where safe space is created for one another. There is power in shared experiences and communicating through challenges. adulting communicating
“We have been gifted with 2 ears and 1 mouth – that surely shows us the ratio of talking and listening we have to do!” This has been a common refrain for those complaining about the ‘lost’ art of communication. adulting communicating
Particularly in this century where we feel hard-pressed for time and ever so tempted to ask people to get to the point, it’s no wonder listening becomes harder and communication breakdowns more frequent. Despite the world being more connected, increasingly people feel more isolated and alone. We speak, but are not heard; and we listen but do not understand.
As adults, it’s crucial that we become effective at communicating , both outgoing and incoming. In this week’s infographic, I have included 3 points for the 3 pillars of communication. For more details, check out this article that I thought is really comprehensive! adulting communicating
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As adults, it’s crucial that we become effective at communicating , both outgoing and incoming. In this week’s infographic, I have included 3 points for the 3 pillars of communication. For more details, check out this that I thought is really comprehensive! At the end of the day, it’s a 2 way street. Relationships between peers can be tricky especially when both are transitioning through change into adulthood. Managed well, the friendship can strengthen and grow otherwise, it may be time for a graceful end!