Understanding Communication: The most important things to know is the book that can make us better at communicating with one another and with ourselves. Every day we communicate non-stop. We give messages, ask questions, react, signal how we’re feeling, scream out in anger, cry tears, present our opinions, show our love, chat, send texts, call, and write. We applaud when we’re excited, we bang our fist on the table when we’re angry, and we stare at the ground when we want to avoid something.
But do you really know how you communicate and how others perceive and receive it? And do you understand what others try to convey to you? Misunderstandings are the root of many mental loads, but the more you know and understand about communication, the better you will get at expressing yourself and receiving information from others in a clear and precise manner.
Understanding Communication is the first book in the Bitesize Psychology series, which considers the important everyday psychology we live with. In Understanding Communication the author asks the questions we all have, and the psychologist Catrin Sagen, one of the most well-known voices of therapy in Norwegian media, pours out her wise and human knowledge about the topics.
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