Listen Like You Mean It: Reclaiming the Lost Art of True Connection

by Ximena Vengoechea

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Listen Like You Mean It: Reclaiming the Lost Art of True Connection

by Ximena Vengoechea


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  • Knowing When to Escape

    The way we talk is a product of our culture and upbringing. This can be as specific to your family and as general as your gender. This leaves a lot of space for misunderstandings and hurt feelings to occur. Conversations can become uncomfortable for many reasons, whether a difference in style or due

  • Staying On-Task

    It’s normal for people to ramble on occasion. Unfortunately, this might be tedious and a waste of time besides. In order to redirect a conversation successfully and without offending your partner, here are a few tips. First, acknowledge the point being brought up but table it for later. You can also

  • Stay Open-Minded

    Humans are full of biases; we tend to stick to what we know and not care about whatever proof that’s presented before us. This can make us terrible listeners. To be a good listener, you have to keep an open mind and be accepting of the information given to us. Don’t pass judgment and use this new in

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