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Midterm exam study guide Chapter one listening 1 When you understand some one 2 Enjoy some one 3 Learn something 4 Give help or solace Making people think you are interested so they will like you Being alert to see if you are in danger of getting rejected Buying time to prepare you next comment Comparing always trying to assess who is smarter more competent more emotionally healthy you or the other Mind reading the mind reader is trying to figure out what the other person is really thinking and feeling Rehearsing you whole attention is on the preparation and crafting of your next comment filtering you pay attention only enough attention to see if somebody s angry or unhappy or if you re in emotional danger Judging you will listen to judge Dreaming you are more prone to dreaming when you feel bored or anxious Identifying here you take everything someone tells you and refer it back to your own experience Advising you are the great problem solver ready with help and suggestions Sparring the other person never feels heard because you re so quick to disagree Being right you will go to any lengths twist the facts start shouting make excuses or accusation call up past sins derailing changing the subject when you derail the train of conversation when get bored or uncomfortable with a topic placating right tight absolutely I know of course you are you want to be nice pleasant supportive Its about your reaction in a nonjudgmental way you can share What you thought Trying to understand someone s body language or body reaction Simply know that everyone is trying to survive You do same straggles every designed and every moment is preserve your existence Listening with openness Is the hole statement the entire communication before judging Chapter two SelfDisclosure Self disclosure is simply communicating information about yourself Open self Blind self Known to self Discoverable by others Known to others Known to others Hidden self Unknown self Known to self Unknown to self Kept from others Unknown to others Why struggle to explain Why risk rejection Need to be others to let the inside Increased self knowledge shows them who you are gives them shape and color adds detailed and points up inconsistencies and possible areas of con ict that you need to resolve Closer intimate relationships if you are both willing to disclose your true selves the relationships deepen Improved communication disclosure breeds disclosure As you make yourself available to others they are encouraged to open up in response Lighter guilt feelings disclosing what you have done or thought lightens the guilty about is disclosed you can look it more objectively More energy it takes to keep important information about yourself hidden When you think more negative your energy is drained until you unburden yourself you are a walking corpse
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