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example behavior of monopolizing listening?
Monopolizers listen for an opportunity to refocus the conversation on themselves. [ For example, if a friend tells you, "My husband never sticks by his word lately," and you proceed to tell her about all of the ways that your husband has told you one thing and done another in the past week, you are monopolizing the conversation. When we monopolize, we communicate little interest in the speaker,
instead being self-centered. ]
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