MASKING POOR COMMUNICATION
By Clarence Saunders
January 28, 2013
Instructor Danielle Doud
In my research, I came across an article written by Health Day News. This article was on Monday January 24, 2011. In an article it was mentioned that many of us think that we have good communicating with are loved ones. It was alarming to find out in this article, written by Health Day that this was not the case. A study was done on this subject, and the findings were spouses sometime communicate with each other no better than, someone who did not know one another. It was alarming to read that most people believe, they communicate better with close friends ...view middle of the document...
It was found out that many of the people who did not really know one another scored the same as the married couples. Many of the husbands were shocked to learn about the finding in this research. In professors Epley’s, study an instructor at the Chicago’s Booth School of business. He saw the research this way, most people communicate with friends and spouses thinking they really understand each other. He learned this was not the case at all.
My feeling about communicating is, you have to work hard at it every day. As humans, we all are subject to change of direction, regardless how long we may be married or committed to each other. Just like when you buy something, if you pay attention it can be worn if you do not take care of it, with TLC, tender loving care. In many ways in our country, the divorce rate is an indicator of not being successful at communicating to each other. I myself have been married twenty years now, my wife and I have had are issues, but in our case, we still make the afford to hear one another out. As I mentioned previous it can be a fulltime job. Are children are a bonus, and have made the extra afford worth every penny.
In answering the question, have I ever had a miscommunication with someone close to you simply...