Interpersonal communication focuses on the study and practice of how individuals interact one-on-one. Although interpersonal communication draws on many concepts from psychology, it is usually taught in Communication departments.
A site where readers can learn more about better interpersonal communication and presentation skills
Provides self-education exercises that can be used at any time and place, to learn communication, relationship and community-building skills.
A list, with examples, of ways that people can commit verbal violence during ordinary conversations.
On-line library of free articles, books and a downloadable workbook to help readers communicate more cooperatively, more compassionately and more successfully in both family and work settings.
Describes how to use empathy and listening skills during conversations and explains why their use sometimes leads to good relationships, emotional intimacy and psychological hugs.
Ideas, vocabulary, and daily comeback for defending against verbal violence. Also connects verbal attacks with underlying fallacies.
Promotes the study, development, and teaching of listening and the practice of effective listening skills and techniques.
Provides interlinked definitions, theories, and resources covering cultural context, relational development, self-concept, verbal and nonverbal messages, and listening and perception.
Overview of "the gentle art of verbal self-defense," as defined by Suzette Haden Elgin, from organization that also sells her tapes and books. Includes a section for children.
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