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03 Aug 2018 13:11 #324791 by Kohadre
Kohadre replied the topic: Let's Talk
I find that more is usually said using fewer words; perhaps because more is left open to interpretation.

It does have the benefit of making communication more direct and honest however. I find the difficulty in this usually comes from figuring out how to communicate a complex message in simple terms.

I'm sure it's something that most on here struggle with. Elsewise; sermons wouldn't be so drawn out ;)

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03 Aug 2018 16:04 #324795 by Senan
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In my experience, communicating with others is most successful when it is genuine communication. More words, less words, big words or small... what is important is that you are speaking from a place that is honest. It is hard to be vulnerable, especially when romance is involved, but if you share your feelings as they come, you won't end up regretting it later.

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04 Aug 2018 03:14 #324813 by Kobos
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It couldn't be said much better Senan,

I present this as a question for you both, is it worth the effort to try and alter lengths of word at the expense of depth?

I often try to be to the point with what I say. But, I've found that conversations of which emotional attachment are somewhat in need of an extended length to really convey a simple thing that is also expecting an equal or at least acknowledged response by the audience; in itself an interesting part of the ego and a complex process of communication.

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