Often we react quickly to emotionally charged words or subjects. Internally we think of ways to respond to the speaker and argue our position. In this process we often quit listening to what is being said. We make judgments and respond to those judgments as if the speaker’s position were accurately known to us. Criticisms from supervisors and peers often are met with emotional listening resistance.
They round up from the simple fact that people usually change the meaning of them due to the fact that they simply don’t understand it. If one repeats something that we don’t understand we are bound to make some mistakes in the process of repeating
I think this might be why some people communicate passively because they have had a negative experience with this, and maybe it made things negative for them or changed things into a horrible situation. This can easily happen. There is no way to be
He goes on to tell us that people usually like to talk more than listen. When you think about it how many times have you been having a conversation and you have been so fixated on waiting for them to finish so that you can say what you want? The Flat-Brain Theory of Emotions is the major theme discussed in part one. It explains how we allow our emotions thinking and relating abilities work and how what goes on inside of us comes out in the ways we communicate and act (Peterson, 2007). When you are angry with someone and trying to communicate, it does not often come out how you intended for it to come out but instead it comes out angry.
My experiences have been horrifying. People who endure dissonance always seem to come out shaped or changed by their experiences. The consequences the individuals face from encountering conflict forever transform their thoughts, beliefs and their lives. Quite often the noticeable physical damage an individual has been through can conceal the emotional trauma they are suffering. The physical injury gives survivors something to hide behind.
The results I received from myself were those of embarrasment, awkwardness, and even fear. They showed how someone might feel when they know they are doing something against the norms. Although most of the time the person going against the norms will not show those feelings. The same cannot be said about the
In Mrs Jones situation she would not be willing to start a conversation with the other carer straight away, which will quickly change if the meeting is holding wrong information. This is when the team have dependence. However the group will then move on to the next stage which is Storming, because the group has disagreements about who is right and who is wrong there tends to be arguments. These will be based along the lines of if the abuse happened and if it was intentional or not. There will be a lot of disagreements and the both of them not willing to change their statements to agree on what actually has happened.
2011 December, 14 2nd period Do Not Forget Memories, people can learn from them or they can destroy a person, either way memories are an important part of what shapes our culture and us as individuals. Sometimes memory poses some problems, unpleasant memories can make a person bitter, depressed, vulnerable, scared, and even can cause people to have nightmares. Furthermore people learn from the mistakes they have made and even a whole world can change from events in the past that has affected a large portion of the world. No matter what you remember you can learn from the memory, even if it was a good memory. In the novel “Speak” the character Melinda Sordino was raped at a party over the summer, and then she called the police.
He would hurt but then would ignore my pain as a consequence to what he did. He is used to it. He has done it before. I sometimes burst in this feeling of frustration because I cant do anything about it. It has already done its damage.
They are both every verbal people and their ability to verbally point out the inferiority in people and myself being their focus much of the time assures me that in most times I am on a path they are not happy with because the path that I am on is a path that they them selves have not been able to travel and complete. In the past their ability to take down my ego was mostly rooted in my past short comings even that as a child. Today my short comings are still there but they have changed and the fact that I have been able to separate myself from them has truly changed their ability to be the ego busters that they have been in the past and given me the opportunity to focus on my family, health and ability to grow as a mother and a