How can you (o) open up the others.

Knowing how to hear each other so that we are able to get out is one of the basic skills in communication.
First of all, it is important to know when to squeeze. In this regard, a simple rule is as follows: As long as the other remains silent and does not look into your eyes, you do not talk. At that time he is in some internal mental and emotional process. If you are speaking at the moment, you may interrupt this process. When she looks at you she still remains silent, rather waiting for something to say.

What can someone say, that does not cut the mood for chatting? What makes communication easier? That either you understand what he said or what you understood how he felt. This is called Content Reflection. Tell the other that you understand what he said but in your own words.

At this point the questions that will be asked should be open and not answered with a yes or no. These questions cut communication because the speaker is committed to responding yes / no without reflecting his feelings.

So there is also the Reflection of Emotions, where we ask the speaker questions like “Worried, eh?” to give him space and time to answer. Finally, there is the Reflection of Experience, which simply refers to the other one we observe, namely, “I see your nerve shuddering, you’re worried about something?”

Knowing how to hear each other so that we are able to get out is one of the basic skills in communication.

First of all, it is important to know when to squeeze. In this regard, a simple rule is as follows: As long as the other remains silent and does not look into your eyes, you do not talk. At that time he is in some internal mental and emotional process. If you are speaking at the moment, you may interrupt this process. When she looks at you she still remains silent, rather waiting for something to say.

What can someone say that does not cut mood and time? What makes communication easier?

That either you understand what he said or what you understood how he felt. This is called Content Reflection. Tell the other that you understand what he said but in your own words. At this point the questions that will be asked should be open and not answered with a yes or no.

These questions cut communication because the speaker is committed to responding yes or no, without reflecting his feelings. So there is also the Reflection of Emotions, where we ask the speaker questions like “Worried, eh?” to give him space and time to answer. Finally, there is the Reflection of Experience, which simply refers to the other one we observe, namely, “I see your nerve shuddering, you’re worried about something?”

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