COMMUNICATION & LISTENING SKILLS part 4

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Clinical Psychologist Dr. E. Douglas Brown will be our guest today. He says, "The art of speaking and listening demands more than a tongue, lips and ears. Before a toddler can utter a word, a toddler can recognize the sound of a word and associates it with pleasant or unpleasant experiences. Parents should teach their children that communicating and listening is easy, fun, and exciting." Many children don’t communicate what they are truly feeling unless they feel comfortable in doing so. If the environment is not supporting their spirit, if folks are berating them, abusing them, ignoring them, or just not being loving enough, they are not going to feel like opening up. That makes them more vulnerable to more negative energies.

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