Deep listening is miraculous for both listener and speaker. When someone receives us with open-hearted, non-judging, intensely interested listening, our spirits expand. ~ Sue Patton Thoele

She: I feel you aren’t listening.
He: What are you talking about? I heard every word you said. I’ll repeat it back to you.
She: No that’s not what I mean. I know you heard the words, but you are not getting the deeper meaning of what I am saying.
He: You keep repeating the same thing over and over.
She: Exactly, ‘cause I feel I am not being heard.
He: I give up.

Does this conversation sound familiar?

“Listening” is the most important communication skill and, yet, few of us have any training in how to listen effectively.

Learn how the skill of listening is more than just hearing the words. You will also find out the four parts of listening that you and your partner can use to make your communication more effective.

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To your relationship,

Lori and Bob Hollander

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