Oct 27, 2011

Avoiding common misunderstandings in a couple – by Ann Marie Dwyer – Helium
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Written by : Tom George| 0 | Personal Dev.

 

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“Specificity is the rule.” -Author unknown, but whose hand I would love to shake. Common misunderstandings come from saying one thing, but meaning something totally different from what the other person understood. Humans have some annoying, correctable idiosyncrasies that prevent them from communicating with others. ~ Average person will listen to four words before formulating a response. This person will assume (herein is the problem) that she knows the remainder of the diatribe. Frustration of the speaker comes with her inappropriate response, due wholly to not having listened to what was actually said
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