Once again love your answer 💜💜💜
Thank ya, darlin'. :-)
Thank you 🙂🙂
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Well said 👍👍🙂
Exactly... But that doesn't always happen just online
Like your answer 👍👍🙂
My Bachelor's degree was in Communications and Visual Design. This was a core idea of what we learned in the first course. Some things, it turns out, are not well suited for a "graphic arts" means of communications. The first step is to determine if a visual/graphical solution is the best way to go. Kind of like that old parlor game where person 1 whispers something to person 2 who whispers it to person 3, etc. By the time the last person says it back to person 1, it's a jumbled up mess!
Ha right lol why don't like text as only means of communication, feel there's too many miscomprehending or assumptions that way
Right. Texting really is a rather poor way of comprehending the ESSENCE and CONTEXT of a message.The Internet has greatly changed the way we communicate (or TRY to, at least). Since body language and verbal tone do not translate into our text messages or e-mails, we’ve developed alternate ways to convey subtly nuanced meanings. The most prominent change to our online style has been the addition of two new-age hieroglyphic languages: emoticons and emoji.Let’s start with the older of the two: the EMOTICON. Emoticons are punctuation marks, letters, and numbers used to create PICTORIAL ICONS that generally display an emotion or sentiment. :- ) (That’s actually where the portmanteau “emoticon” comes from: emotional icon.) . Oh, and because of the limits of our keyboard, most emoticons need to be read sideways. : - (The emoticon came into being after a joke went sideways at Carnegie Mellon University in 1982. A gag online message about a fake mercury spill sent the university into a tizzy, and because of this, Dr. Scott E. Fahlman suggested that jokes and NONjokes be marked by two sets of characters we now recognize as standard emoticons: the smiley face :-) and the frowning face :-(. After this, emoticons became a big hit.Emoji (from the Japanese e, “picture,” and moji, “character”) are a slightly more recent invention. Not to be confused with their predecessor, emoji are PICTOGRAPHS of faces, objects, and symbols. You’re probably familiar with the distinct style of Apple’s emoji: yellow cartoony faces with various expressions, as well as buildings, animals, food objects, scenics, flags, etc. My wife used to be a court reporter. The words get typed , but the context can NOT be so typed. There is a big difference from someone admitting, "I killed him" and someone being caught of guard and shouting out a surprised, "I KILLED him?" Same words- obviously different essence and context!
💜 great answer
Ha 💜 love 💜 this answer.. Although way done people gab without listening, you'd swear they got two mouths and only one ear, or none at all 🤣
Well said @ecfresh!
That's awesome. Good communication is key for a healthy relationship
Think we've all been there 🙂
Oh that's such sexist crap but okay thanks for your "opinion"
I swear, it's highly accurate.
That's not always true, if I say the same thing the same way to 5 people, 4 get it and 1 don't, is it me? Or them?
You have to tailor your communication to your audience. Whatever it is you're trying to communicate benefits you to do so. Therefore it's on you to make sure people understand, not the other way around. If that 5th person doesn't get it, make them understand.
Sometimes that's their failing not yours... Some people just can't comprehend things...
@Brainsbeforebeauty So true
Exactly! Very well said! Our great comprehension of the point I was making 🙂🤣👍
*or gosh darn typos
That's so true
I learned that on a training course
Very astute and very true!!
Well, thank you.
👍 thanks for the great response 🙂
That's very true 👍
Yeah I'm not big on texting
Good for you it’s the norm
Yeah I know.. People don't know how to communicate other than by text these days... Maybe another reason more relationships are failing
Both can be true
Right... Only issue I have with others beliefs is when they resort to insults because you don't share the same... I can respect other's opinions but not the person if they can't respect mine
Yes absolutely. That's new and it's kids stuff. Hopefully, we'll get back to adult conversation and discussion again. There are a lot of serious subjects to talk about.
Right agree 💯
There you go, exactly...
Not only that, but imagine the "blame game" that would ensue !! We see that everyday, don't we?
Yep sure do
I agree and if someone can't communicate, you can tell them you can't understand, but not much you can do if someone just don't listen
That can be so true 👍
It's tough because they can be equals to me...I'd say proper communication in the first place. Many are misunderstood but that's based on not having words that make sense in the first place. Given some do not understand college textbook terms but we all have a solid understanding of how to comprehend. However, jumping to conclusions or making assumptions can be a really huge problem too...
See that's my take on it... Agree 💯
You must listen. Just like one of your pictures said. Not to reply, but to understand.
Exactly! Tried telling someone that once he didn't talk to me, he talked at me, cuz he never heard what anyone was saying past what "he" was... And that's not real communication, and then what's the point 🤷🏼♀️
Sadly I have seen it more than once with my friends, and with my own relationships. It takes work to listen. Took me a while to figure that out.
@Brainsbeforebeauty good thanks for asking just bored
Ha right, that "selective hearing" ...
But you can be communicating, it takes someone comprehending to keep the communication going tho
So assuming you're already communicating, how does comprehending come first as it's secondary to communication, as you had to communicate something for them to reach the stage of comprehending to begin withit's like you want it to be comprehension, but you can't have comprehension without communication, but you can have communication without comprehension.You have to build up communication before you can build up comprehension
for example there's a boy and a girl, boy loves said girl, however he does not communicate said love and hides it, said girl can't even comprehend that he loves her, because he never communicated it
Question wasn't what comes first. Was what breaks down communication more... If you don't understand the way I'm communicating, I can try to say it in a better way for you to understand, someone who just can't comprehend or who listens without really hearing what's being said if harder to fix...
well yes that wasn't the question, but it does factor into play. For example a couple with poor communication, but comprehend each other very well, is less healthy than a couple who has good communication and poor comprehension, because they are both invested into communicating each other, they can learn to understand one another. Where as the couple who barely communicates is not invested at all despite understanding each other 100%
I think you're getting confused on what is com·pre·hen·sion/ˌkämprəˈhen (t) SH (ə) n/Learn to pronouncenoun1.the action or capability of understanding something.now communication includes listening and speaking, comprehension does not include listening
for example, this music video is about a couple, the girl could not comprehend the guy at all because he's deaf, but their communication was great, and lead to them being able to understand each other better because of good communication. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=c4qgqNS_20sGranted it's obviously a break up song, but aside that fact you can grow to comprehend each other but you can't do that without good communication
First love doesn't always just have to be said, love can be shown... We do communicate with more than just words... My husband barely said the words in 30 years, but he 'showed" me so the time with his actions... Second... You can be the greatest communicater in the world, but if someone doesn't comprehend "understand" what you're saying the communication breaks down... I do know the definitions 🙂
*20 years not 30
I really don't think you're understanding what I'm saying, it's the communication between the individuals that is good, not being good at being a communicator. There are even different love languages that you learn to understand in your partner which works best. there can be a couple let's say 5 years together, they comprehend each other very very well, but they got comfortable together and don't communicate like they once did, poor communication plants doubts of the relationship lasting long, and end up breaking up.
I understand you're trying to argue the point comprehension is what keeps communication alive, in a sense it does, but isn't as important as communication itself. For example your husband learned how to comprehend you by communicating, and now that he comprehended which love you respond to the best, he can communicate that. HOWEVER, if he had poor communication skills, he wouldn't be able to love you effectively as he did even though he understood what worked best.
Well, some people "really" do, and those have my sympathy... Then there's others that just "appear" to 🤣🤣
I really do...🤣🤣🤣🤣
I know you do.. others just act like it or don't really have a brain 🤣🤣
:) :) :)
I would say more the listener, some people hear what they want to hear instead of what you're really saying
I've definitely experienced that.
I'd think so
It can be,
a lot seem to be 🤣
Men definitely can't answer a question I end up blocking before they do no time for that kind of stupid 🤐