Communication: The Importance Of Communication With One Others

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Communication All human beings have the necessity to communicate with one another. Communication is the essential key or survival, because by interacting we develop a language. Having a language is the step stone to obtaining a culture, beliefs and an identity role is society. That is why the way you communicate depends on your background. However communication does not always have to be verbal. Also communication is if high importance in order to avoid unsavory predicaments. A person’s personality will cause communication deficiency with others. For example, if you are egoistic and selfish. Probably too proud to talk to others when you are in need. Another reason why one might be too proud to communicate with others. Could be because of each individual economic standing. Being more educated. Having different backgrounds. One example could be that in some ethnical groups, women can not talk to men and look at them in the eye while doing so. That would be considered extremely disrespectful. In the other hand some groups believe that, not being looked in the eye while having a conversation. Is considered rude as well. That is when beliefs and culture play a role. Someone having …show more content…
If you are married, not communicating could lead to a divorce. When you are unable to communicate with the people that surround you. There will be very limited knowledge of when they are in need, vise-versa. Because they will not know what is wrong. Therefore issues will be overlooked and not resolved. Communicating effectively with your academic supporters, will hold you back from succeeding academically. If a student is confused about an assignment and does not ask for clarification. The student will not meet the requirement on the assignment and get a lower grade, if one communicated when in confusion there is a higher chance of

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