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Good communication is the key that unlocks and gives depth to a relationship

The act or process of using words, sounds, signs or behaviours to express or exchange information or to express your ideas, thoughts, feelings etc., to someone else.  Oxford Dictionary
How we communicate shows other people exactly what’s going on inside of our hearts and minds.
The way we communicate has the potential to build our relationships up or tear them down. Either way, we have the final say in this. While no-one wakes up in the morning with a burning desire to offend, upset or hurt other people, even our greatest intentions aren’t robust enough to prevent this from happening.
The main reason for this is because we’re all imperfect humans and at the same time, we’re equally imperfect communicators. When conversing and interacting with others, it can be easy to say things that we don’t mean, and equally easy to not say the things that we do mean. For this reason, I’ve put together a blog post to help you navigate your way through unfruitful communications, towards being able to initiate healthier and more meaningful patterns of communication with the people in your life.
Whether you want to make improvements in your relationships, or, you just want to sharpen up your day-to-day interactions with peers, my aim is to share some actionable ideas that you can build into your life immediately. Moving forward, you will be able to avoid the unnecessary communication pitfalls that prevent people from building the kinds of relationship they hope for.