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Practice this one skill to dramatically improve your relationships.

Listening is not just hearing what the other party in the conversation has to say. Poet Alice Duer Miller said this about listening: “Listening means taking a vigorous, human interest in what is being told us.”

We’ve all been in conversations where the other person wasn’t really paying attention. When this happened, you may have felt annoyed and…

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Dr. Robin LaBarbera

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