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Communication - is it a forgotten art?

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I saw a question on a profile here today that caused me to reflect on the subject of communication. You know that forgotten key ingredient to any relationship. Whether it be at work, play or love? During the COVID lockdown it brought to the forefront just how deficient relationships are in this area. So I thought I would share thoughts I had in this area.
Communication. I have often told this story. As a younger woman, I was a model, dated a few models or bodybuilders, as you know we all grow in maturity and what we want. But even back then I remember fielding a question to an old lady. She had made a comment to me "honey you have a guy that all the other women want, you better hang onto him". as if I didn't have input or value - only in my looks. As if all that I had to offer was my looks, and that intellect didn't matter. The question angered me and it caused me to actually walk away from being a "model" and the focus on my body - although keeping one's body and health is pretty #1 in my book. I am a life long runner, power walker, active in all sports, etc. Eat organic and in ways I assure you most do not. Btw, it has paid off.
But, until this day, I still remember my response to her. "So what I am supposed to do, stand him in a corner and just throw a hat or flag on him for Ole Glory's sake?" In other words, yes chemistry is important, but if we can't TALK to one another, communicate, be friends, isn't it all futile? And COVID has only reinforced what I said years ago. All of sudden couples were locked behind closed doors and BAM, we forgot how to communicate. Deep intimacy, heartfelt things that if you are truly a partner or soulmate should be your safe haven.
So I solicit your thoughts on this subject. How would you suggest that we communicate better? Any books you have read? Did your pastor, priest, rabbi or iman, or just a close friend ever give you advice that we could all benefit from?
BestJanine.
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May 12 Total posts: 56

Thank you for your kind words Mike2280. At the moment, my plate is full with several business deals that are very time-sensitive. Perhaps in the future. If you would like to private message me as to the subjects we could discuss. I say this because my mind and the subjects I discuss operate at a very nerdy level. I get bored very easily.


I don't have a lot of free time due to several circumstances in my life, a house fire, father died and a few other non-COVID issues ALTHOUGH covid and peoples fears have affected me operationally to finalize a lot of this. I don't operate on fear, I operate on Psalms 91, specifically Psalms 91: 6 Best Janine

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May 12 Total posts: 56

Thank you for the kind words, Zannna, but due to my isolation, I often feel that I fail at my own advice. Your comment I have cut and pasted to better remind me to: listen, stay on topic, pay attention and reply. I am good at listening but due to an industrial strength mind, as a doctor once described me, I have a huge problem with staying on topic. As soon as another visonary thought comes along, I go off on this tangent and folks lose patience with me, BECAUSE I always bring it back round to my original point, but they (maybe they aren't good listeners - dunno) don't wait for me to finish my complete thought. I have spoken in front of thousands and a few, so I am not shy. And I really need to pay attention more. I appreciate your comments and taken to heart. Best Janine

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First: you look absolute beautiful and lovely profile!!!


I think communication is pretty simple: listen, stay on topic, pay attention and reply.

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love your profile and pictures, love your writings, love the way you puts your words, I could talk to you for hours to be honest with you gorgeous,