Communication is the core of almost every relationship. Regardless if it is a friendship, a play partner or your lifelong partner, communication is the core of how we interact. It will help get to know each other, work through problems, get others to know you, and just interact with those around you. Anytime you hear a therapist on TV will give couples the advice that they need to communicate more. The reality is most people take that as they need to talk more. The reality is we all could use to learn to communicate, to discuss to listen better. We have many different perspectives and experiences in the scene with this. Some are just extensions of traditional ways that normal couples communicate, while others are new and interesting levels and areas that need to be discussed that most people never think about. It is the advice I give to just about anyone coming into the scene regardless of how they define themselves: “Learn to Communicate With Those You Are Involved With’. It seems simple, it really really isn’t. It means checking egos, it means learning to listen, it means finding ways to get past your own fears and assumptions of hurting someone by telling the truth. It is a hard thing, it is something I still struggle with, as does most people, I just admit it more openly.

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