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I loooovee I- Statements

by Brandon
(North Carolina)

I find that I-Statements really improve my communication. They are a great way to express how I'm feeling without the anger being expressed through my conversation. I feel happy after using them and have better relationships through the use of l-Statements!!

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by: Alan

Thanks Brandon, great that you find them so. They are definitely a more accurate and effective way of expressing ourselves even if we may sometimes forget to use them. As with all communication however, awareness of them and their usefulness is what's most important so that when needed we can draw upon that effectiveness.

Thanks again for your comment and Best Wishes

Alan

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