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Explain how understanding an individuals biography/history can facilitate positive interaction
understanding an individuals biography/history help pinpoint his or her main characteristics. More we know a person more our communication is successful. [ In personal and interpersonal communication, even in mass one, positive interaction depends on communication. We know our friends better, that`s why most of the time our interaction is positive. Even when something goes wrong we can amend
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