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Why should we communicate and talk to other people?

Talking is important for each and every one of us. It helps you stay healthy and connected to others, some people  don’t like to talk  too much, and that’s fine we are all unique, but it can still be helpful. Let’s face it sometimes just having a chat to a friend, work colleague or family member, when we are feeling a little low can, make all the difference and lift our mood, it can help us to look at a problem or situation in a new or different way. This can help us to gain new insight into the situation that is causing the problem. After talking to somebody else we may find that we are not alone, and that other people share the same feelings or concerns as us. Talking to someone and having someone we trust listen to us can make us feel supported and valued.

  • You can read more about this in Donna’s blog Let’s get talking!
  • Anne has also written a blog called Baby Talk all about the benefits of communicating with your baby.
  • Doing activities together allows time for developing communication skills, make this Elmer Elephant together to have fun while learning.
  • Anne also looks at the link between Empathy and Communication in her blog post.
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