communication

Five Tips for Leading Groups and Teams

Leading groups and teams isn’t easy. No matter how many leadership skills you might have, you can make mistakes if you overlook some essential elements. For this reason, today we’ll look at five tips that’ll help you lead groups and…

Strengthening Your Emotional Vocabulary is Important

Strengthening your emotional vocabulary will help you improve the quality of your relationships. It’s all about knowing how to express yourself assertively. Furthermore, it’s also about being in tune with your needs while remaining sympathetic to other people’s needs. In…

The WhatsApp Couple: Messaging in Relationships

Messages that say “Good morning, I miss you” or “How is your day going?” are simple gestures that enrich our romantic relationships. However, the surge of messaging in relationships and the dependence on the double blue tick can sometimes lead…

Symbolic Interactionism: Giving Meaning to Communication

Symbolic interactionism is a theory that emerged in sociology that has extended to other fields such as anthropology and social psychology. This theory analyzes interactions and their meanings. Thus, it seeks to understand the processes by which people become members of societies.…

Qualities that Characterize a Good Leader

Any working group should have a good leader that can help them prosper and achieve goals in a pleasant atmosphere. This person must have a series of fairly demanding qualities that set them apart from the others. A good leader…

The Body Language of a Man in Love

We all know that the average man has a hard time expressing his true feelings. Although this isn’t as pronounced as it was decades ago, there are still many men out there who can’t seem to connect with their emotional…

The Benefits and Downsides of Self-Disclosure

What do we do when we first meet someone? To break the ice and start a smooth conversation, we make use of self-disclosure, which means providing information about ourselves. No one’s asking us about personal stuff. However, we make use…

Lack of Internal Communication in a Company

New technologies are really beneficial in this day and age. However, at the same time, they’ve caused a series of difficulties that we must overcome if we want our company to work properly. One of the most important issues to…

Genuine Kindness is the Universal Language

Genuine kindness strengthens those who practice it. It goes way beyond good manners or formalities. When kindness is authentic, it demonstrates true consideration and respect for others. It’s also evidence of good character and a key that opens most doors. The…

Hulk Syndrome: Bruce Banner’s Nightmare

Not a lot of people know about Hulk Syndrome. It’s characterized by sudden explosions of anger. These explosions often turn into violent behavior. The medical name for it is syndrome of Amok. However, people associate it with the green monster Hulk.

How Stress Can Affect Your Negotiations

Pressuring someone to make a decision and forcing them to choose what we want are negotiation strategies that are widely used in the business world. The target is to confuse the other person. By diverting their attention from the important…

3 Factors That Kill Romantic Love

The love between a man and a woman continues to be a mystery. That is in spite of the fact that scientists study it and philosophers analyze it. Even so, these days we understand more clearly why love happens between two…

How to Become Better at Arguing

We have grown up in a culture of constant arguing, where we’re often grumpy about everything and don’t accept a difference of opinions. We argue about something almost every day, and we often do it more than once. First thing…

Saying “No” in a Positive Way

With the new ideas regarding education and positive discipline, the word “no” (usually used by our parents and grandparents) is often seen as an evil word. This makes many parents feel adrift, not knowing what to do to set boundaries.…

Irritable People: Anger as a Form of Communication

Irritable people are addicted to constant anger. Hitting the table, slamming doors, shouting, and even throwing tantrums… These people don’t know how to communicate without raising their voices, lose it quickly, and can’t be contradicted. However, behind this difficult behavior…