Communication Skills In Communication

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Yehuda Berg, son of the founder of Kabbalah Centre, Philip Berg, once said “Words are singularly the most powerful force available to humanity. We can choose to use this force constructively with words of encouragement, or destructively using words of despair. Words have energy and power with the ability to help, to heal, to hinder, to hurt, to harm, to humiliate and to humble” (brainyquote.com). We rely on communication so much in our everyday life, but there was a time in everyone’s life when we couldn’t actually communicate using words. Infants have very few ways of communicating, so everyone had to go through the basic learning stages when they were infants. Communication starts with crying when they want something until they can actually communicate with others. It’s important to interact with your child to make sure that they are on the right track when it comes to communication skills. Doing this ensures that they don’t have any issues communicating, and it will also help when it comes time for them to go to school. Without the basic communication skills, they will be fall behind other kids, which would make it harder for them to learn and catch up. The first few years of an infant’s life are the most crucial times for their…show more content…
They do this through facial expressions, body language, crying, eye contact, and sounds. From the time they are born to about 3 months old, they will communicate with only cries, smiles, and coos. Crying will let you know that they need or want something. They might even start crying for no specific reason at all. The tough part though is knowing exactly what they need. Most of the time you can quiet them by picking them up and comforting them. On the other hand they will smile and coo when happy. Those are the communication skills an infant will show in the first 3 months of their life
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