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Chapter 12. Saying It Straight > Communicating Clearly

Communicating Clearly

You may have seen some patterns emerge in the communications in the exercises above. Using I-statements and well-worded directives and requests will help you be clear and straightforward.

I-Statements

Rather than expect the other person to read your mind from a vaguely worded or indirect request, simply state what you want beginning your sentence with


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