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To Listen and Be Heard – Mindfulness in Communication by Lynn R. Posted Fri 19 Jul 2013 7:09pm Communication should be easy, right?  I say something and you listen.  You say something and I listen.  However, communication in which each person feels heard and acknowledged is actually quite rare. In the Mindfulness-based Stress Reduction Program I taught this week, we did an exercise in which one person tal ... Read on »
Three parts to communication; Listening, Telling and Being Heard by michaelbgerber Patient Expert Posted Thu 23 Jul 2009 11:02pm Everyone talks and most everybody listens. Most of us are better at one of those skills than the other. However, all of us could probably use a little improvement in another area of communication which may be the most important and least considered…….. Being heard. What do I mean by being heard? Being heard means not just hearing, but listenin ... Read on »
The key to communication: listening by HazelMike Posted Tue 09 Feb 2010 12:00am By Dr. Mic Hunter, Licensed Psychologist, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, and author Rachel Naomi Remen was right when she wrote in her book Kitchen Table Wisdom about the importance of listening: “Listening is the oldest and perhaps the most powerful tool of healing. It is often through the quality of our listening and not th ... Read on »
The main barrier to communication in marriage is fear of listening empathically by Jeanette R. Posted Tue 19 Feb 2013 1:33pm       At 8:00 pm one Wednesday night forty-three year dance teacher Erica was paying bills online when her forty-five year old partner Damien, a podiatrist, rushed into the room with a stack of papers that he wanted her to see. He was going on about being sued for malpractice, cussing out the patient and the lawyers. She w ... Read on »
"Speaker–listener neural coupling underlies successful communication" by Stephanie Allen Posted Wed 08 Jun 2011 11:46am Abstract: Verbal communication is a joint activity; however, speech production and comprehension have primarily been analyzed as independent processes within the boundaries of individual brains. Here, we applied fMRI to record brain activity from both speakers and listeners during natural verbal communication. We used the speaker’s spatiotemporal ... Read on »
Listening to my Readers by LindseyMorningstar Health Maven Posted Fri 27 May 2011 5:13pm I’ll start by saying Thank You. Two little words that don’t adequately express how I felt reading every single one of your comments on yesterday’s post . Honestly they brought me to tears. Clearly I, no We are not alone in feeling like a confused, bumbling messes at times. In fact, turns out people prefer hearing from others who don’t ... Read on »
How do you Relate and Communicate with the ones you love? by Michael Apollo Health Maven Posted Mon 11 Oct 2010 3:39pm Just watch people talking, and you will be amazedeverywhere there is misunderstanding. You are saying something, something else is understood. osho: The Golden Future This time of Thanks giving, provides many moments of intense conversation, emotional release, and simply powerful interaction with your friends, family, and loved ones. Und ... Read on »
Interview with Dr. Daniel Taft from Australia Hears about Neurotone’s LACE listening enhancement software by Steve C. Patient Expert Posted Thu 17 Feb 2011 7:59am Australia Hears are a supplier of self-programmable hearing aids , they also sell Neurotone’s listening enhancement (LACE) software to compliment their hearing aid range. Dr. Daniel Taft, Australia Hears’ Chief Technology Officer, was kind enough to take the time to answer some questions about LACE. Can you give us a brief introduction to ... Read on »
How to Listen to an Alzheimer's Patient by Bob DeMarco Patient Expert Posted Tue 22 Jan 2013 12:05pm Two of the biggest problems Alzheimer's and Dementia caregivers face is how to cope and communicate with someone living with dementia. By Bob DeMarco Alzheimer's Reading Room Let's face it, Alzheimer's patients often say things that seem nonsensical to us; or, say things that leave us exasperated, confused, frustrated, and ... Read on »
The Power of Constructive Listening by Cascia T. Posted Mon 20 Sep 2010 1:07pm When we are communicating with others it can sometimes be the case that we are so keen to say what we want to say that we hardly listen to what we are being told. On occasion it can become almost... Please visit the Healthy Moms for the complete article. Read on »