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Message  MurielB Sam 2 Oct - 14:21

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I would like to present the =>Different ways of communicating (cafe-polyglotte.com)

why too many messages make us want to throw our phones at the wall ?

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Text anxiety: why too many messages make us want to throw our phones at the wall | Life and style | The Guardian


As the pressure to be online and always available continues to grow in our society, in-person interactions provide far more authentic communication than digital ones. From body language and tone of voice to eye contact and all the other social cues that exist in real life that aren’t available in a text message, it’s far easier to be present when you’re face-to-face.

There are 3 types of communication
Interpersonal communication: connects two individuals.
Group communication: a sender addresses several targeted receivers.
Mass communication: a sender addresses the largest possible number of receivers.


For a conversation between two people, face to face has a huge advantage because body language and tone of voice allow for more authenticity. The telephone can be a substitute as well as all the nice little messages sent on different internet channels 
To create a group spirit, a WhatsApp, Messenger or Facebook group allows a superficial exchange of ideas and informs about events and gives some news about its members
To get ideas across to as many people as possible, we can use the press and advertisements, but there is no feedback and we don't know exactly the impact on people



To exchange ideas (or news) we can use Fb which allows an immediate return thanks to "likes and comments" but we can only communicate with our FB friends and we cannot classify anything
you can also create a Forum that allows ideas to be transmitted(on the forum or with the Newsletter) to all visitors and members, allows them to be classified and allows an exchange with members about the ideas



https://www.google.fr/amp/s/amp.economist.com/science-and-technology/2014/08/16/you-never-listen-to-a-word-i-say


A conversation in which neither party is listening to the other was dubbed a “duologue” by Abraham Kaplan, a philosopher who died in 1993. A duologue, he suggested, is more than a monologue but less than a dialogue. 


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Message  MurielB Sam 2 Oct - 14:38

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It's true, it's not easy to communicate so that the person you're talking to understands and thus avoid the duologue. In my opinion, you have to have an empathetic attitude so that the person you are talking to understands the words you use, avoid emotional discharge, but above all listen.
I like the active listening method
It is about listening to the other person attentively and in a non-directive way, establishing trust, respect and empathy with the other person so that he or she can express him or herself freely, without fear of hasty judgment and without pressure.

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Message  LilyA Mer 13 Oct - 12:40

I agree that active listening is key, but I would propose that mindful deep listening is most beneficial. Thich Nhat Hanh says, “The intention of deep listening and loving speech is to restore communication, because once communication is restored, everything is possible.”

When we listen, normally we are only reacting, personalizing, and creating stories in our mind. Deep listening is to drop the ego and to listen with compassionate attention and open-heartedness. We d listen so attentively that we will be able to hear what the other person is saying and also what is being left unsaid.
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Message  MurielB Mer 13 Oct - 21:13

Lily a écrit:Deep listening is to drop the ego and to listen with compassionate attention and open-heartedness
I like it because tuning in to body, speech, and mind is key but how difficult!

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Message  LilyA Jeu 14 Oct - 18:31

Yes! It is difficult, but I believe it will alleviate a great deal of pain and suffering in the other person that we are listening to.
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