Tuesday, January 1, 2008

Breathing Together for Nonverbal Communication

"The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results."

Women constantly complain that men won't "open up" and share their innermost feelings to them. Has all this complaining changed men? Not much. Could men change? Probably, but, in the meantime, why not try a different way to develop the intimacy we want? Since men won't talk, why not try nonverbal communication?
Using words to convey feelings is something many women do far better than most men. Since birth, women are trained to talk about feelings, to grasp the language of emotion and rapport.

Men are not. Women want men to meet them on their turf of conveying innermost feelings. But many men can’t because they’ve never learned how. Yes, men must learn, and many are, but why should all the learning be on men’s shoulders? Can’t women try to understand, appreciate, and converse in the communication modes men use at the same time men are learning how to express and verbalize their feelings?

Okay to readily achieve this, you both may want to try nonverbal communication. Here’s how:

It s called the breathing together technique: Read more

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