In today's world there are so many forms of communication. There are
messengers, email, texts, chat rooms and phones. Regular mail is still sometimes used.
It's preached to a person all during life. It's preached to a person when starting a
relationship, all during that relationship. You also have to practice what you preach.
If can't be practiced then there really is no use then preaching it.
If you preach it, then you should also practice it and practice at all times.
PRACTICE WHAT YOU PREACH ALWAYS!!
Some common barriers to communication included: are emotional and stress. There
is a greater potential for misunderstanding when emotions are involved. The timing
of a communication can affect it's ability to be understood.
It's a way of expressing how a person feels, thinks, and says. Communication helps
others better understand a person or situation and enables people to resolve
differences, build trust and respect, and create environments where creative ideas,
problem solving, affection, and caring can flourish. As simple as communication
seems, much of what is tried to communicate to others...and what others try to
communicate to us..gets misunderstood, which can cause conflict and frustration in
relationships. It's also about understanding the emotion behind the information. In
order to communicate effectively with someone, a person don't have to like the
other person or persons or agree anothers ideas, values, or opinions, it's more
about really listening to other or others. However, a person or persons does
need to set aside judgment and withhold blame and criticism in order to fully
understand a person. The most difficult communication, when successfully executed,
can lead to the most unlikely and profound connection with someone. Relationships
can only be solidly built on clear communication. Frustration presents itself when
there is no confidential talk. It's when all comminucation is cut off that kills any
realtionship, even when one person seems to be doing all the effort to keep it open.
It also takes more than one person doing all the communicating. It takes at two
people or more depending on the relationship. Each person has to really listen to
what another is saying. If they aren't listened too, then things fall apart. Stress
can cause a person to feel overwhelmed , it can hamper communication by
disrupting a person's capacity to think clearly and creatively, and act appropriately.
Sometimes, if people can both bend a little, they will be able to find a happy middle
ground that reduces the stress levels for everyone concerned. If a person can realize
that the other person cares much more about something than you do, compromise
may be easier for the ones involved.
Communication is the key to all successful relationships. Without it, a person can't
convey love, hope, ambition, desires, dreams, or needs to those around them. If a
person can't do that, you can't build a true relationship.
Lack of communication can effect the relationship in a bad way but too much
communication can do the exact same thing. When a person feels that they are
pushed away, it can be a form of comminucation break down. A lack of
communication may result in confusion and misunderstandings. Communication
Barriers to communication are things that prevent people from understanding a
message, or understanding it the same way.
Putting the blame all on one person isn't the key either. Be willing to stand up and
accept that "you" might have been part of the problem. One person can not be
the only one at fault. It takes all members of the relationship to make or break
With communication a person invests so much of their time and energy into
another person; they've made a solemn promise; and one will still know there's
love, even if it's hiding underneath the surface.
Communication is the key to a healthy relationship. If a person can't communicate,
then how will another person or peron's know what each other is feeling, and how to help.