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Listening Behavior Notes

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Listening Behavior Notes CTAC 225009

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Listening Behavior - CTAC 225 Winter Kitty Vincent
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Date Created: 02/20/16
Listening Behavior Notes  Chapter 6    ● Skilled Communicators are  ○ Less Lonely  ○ Have better relationship with others  ○ Have greater impulse control  ○ Are better at reading people's emotions  ○ Able to reach goals     ● Conversation Orientation  ○ When family encourage other family members to share  thoughts and opinions about a wide variety of subjects    ● Conformity orientation  ○ Not allowed to have value, beliefs, or opinions that are different  from the family    ● Strong families have   ○ Hierarchy  ○ Commitment ​ ­ Making sure everyone ok  ○ Expressiveness / Emotions  ○ Structural Traditions  ○ Story tellers  ○ Role Models    Molding Children listening    ● Both the Sender and the Receiver should avoid distractions  when  listening  Ex. TV, Ipad, music devices, computers, games, phones, etc    ● Some experts believe that electronics for children should only be  used on the weekend    ● Adults need to be good role models with it come to listening  Do as i say and not what i do    ● Parents need to be direct and not offer children an option   Ex. It’s time for bed, OK    ● Ask children to paraphrase what was said  Ex. What did Arthur just say to D.W    ● Allow Children (and adults) to look away    ● Reward good behavior    Why Parents don't listen    ● Parents may not listen because they are confused of their role  Ex. trying to be their child best friend and parent    ● Confusion over accepting that their child is now an adult    ● Parents have a hard time accepting criticism    ● Parents don't have time    ● Tangible Conflict  ○ Something that can be measured. Something that exist  Ex. Curfew    ● Intangible Conflict  ○ Something that is a hypothetical construct. Unmeasurable.   Ex. i love you so i want you to be safe    ● Love makes a family     ● When the child becomes the parent the new parent and the older  adults are now co­parents    ● The biggest challenges with older parents are  ○ Hearing  ○ Memory  ○ Quality of stories are not good 


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