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Articles on Communication

  • Identifying and talking about your feelings can be difficult for anyone at any age. This worksheet from the University of Hawaii is designed to help adults explore the roots of the feelings and find ways to communicate those feelings to others in their lives.

  • Body language may speak volumes to others, but research has discovered that body language can also change one's brain chemistry. Wouldn't it be nice if we had the ability to help our teens increase their self confidence just by their posture?

  • From a very early age, children learn that words, voice tone, facial expressions and gestures are all part of the messages other people give them. Children learn to express their needs through facial expressions, gestures (such as nodding and pointing) and sounds. The closer they get to school age, the clearer, and more 'adult' like the sounds become.