Five Categories of Ineffective Communication

Posted by staff on July 10, 2014 under Uncategorized | Comments are off for this article

Five Categories of Ineffective Communication
1. Withdrawal – Stonewalling, becoming stoic, giving minimal responses, or exiting in the middle of a heated discussion.
2. Blaming – Accusing, finger pointing, yelling, trying to dominate the discussion.
3. Resentful compliance – Over-accommodating to your partner in order to avoid tension or potentially nasty discussions.
4. Whining – Complaining, competing for the victim position, is being very indirect about what you want.
5. Confusion – Inability to think clearly, going blank.

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