Be Clear and Direct – Don’t try to avoid difficult discussions by hedging around issues. Speak clearly and loudly enough to be heard, and don’t try to obscure feelings with sensitive or weak words. Assertive statements are not the same thing as aggressive statements. Say exactly what the problem is in a concise manner so that family members can realize there is a problem and offer ideas for how to solve them.
Listen, Learn and Understand – The conversations should never be one sided. Always listen to what everyone has to say. Never blame others when they do not agree with an idea, goal or problem. The best way to keep communication open and helpful is to realize that everyone has his or her own opinion that is valid and there doesn’t need to be a right or wrong.
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