There is much potential in communication – the potential for productivity or for misunderstanding. During times of chaos and uncertainty, it is even more essential that we begin our conversations with care and compassion.
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Living through the coronavirus pandemic makes us fearful. Thankfully, there are many easy actions we can take to minimize the effects of fear in our lives.
When we are under duress or experiencing stress we are more likely to make mistakes, communicate less effectively and show emotions and behaviors that vary from our norm. Remembering to have compassion for self and others is critical during this time.
What would your life be like if you had more energy throughout the day and you intuitively knew how to respond to change and challenge? Learn more during a HeartMath® Workshop in Spartanburg on Feb. 29.
Resolving to communicate more effectively should be added to our list of New Year’s resolutions, with emphasis on face-to-face communication....