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Based on This Research We Need to Work on Our Communication Skills

Turns out, we’ve gotten pretty bad at reading social cues

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It’s been apparent for a while now that Americans are struggling to communicate. Divisions are widening and tensions are straining more by the day. Our conversations go beyond differences in opinion or view, sometimes it feels like walking on ice while…




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