How has the use of the Internet affected the verbal and nonverbal messages exchanged in relationships?
Of course it should be obvious that communicating is not only about sending messages. Strong interpersonal interaction is a two-way street that requires that both the sender and receiver are practicing effective communication skills. [ Becoming an active listener is an important component of developing into an effective communicator; this includes maintaining eye contact with those that are
communicating to you, showing enthusiasm for what they are communicating, and asking clarifying questions when necessary. Active listening ensures that the senders message is received both effectively and efficiently. The clarity and efficiency of information transfer is important both at home and in the workplace, where miscommunications, misunderstandings, and mistakes can be reduced if not eliminated. ]
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