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Why don't we listen better? : communicating & connecting in relationships

Author: Jim Petersen
Publisher: Portland, OR : Petersen Publications, [2015] ©2015
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : Second editionView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Aids and devices
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jim Petersen
ISBN: 9780979155956 0979155959
OCLC Number: 902644521
Description: xiii, 258 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: Options in communicating. Communication became important to me --
Communication- connecting & disconnecting --
The flat-brain theory of emotions --
The flat-brain syndrome --
Managing the flat-brain syndrome --
The flat-brain tango --
Opting out of the flat-brain tango --
The talker-listener process. Going beyond the tango --
The talker-listener card --
TLC- Who talks first? --
TLC- Who wons the problem? --
TLC- What does the talker do? --
TLC- Talk without ... --
TLC- What does the listener do? --
TLC- Listen without... --
When to turn the card --
Advanced listening techniques & philosophy. Avoiding ten communication traps --
A few essential listening modes and attitudes --
What about the heaviest listening situation? --
Listening techniques for moving on --
Listening through making decisions together --
Listening through a mealtime game --
Listening through difficult discussions --
Listening through couple conversations --
Concluding philosophy --
Beyond skill.
Responsibility: Jim Petersen.
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