What is Communicating in Communities All About?
"No one can make you feel inferior without your consent."
Many individual citizens and groups of citizens make up a community. As you can imagine, these individuals and groups sometimes have ambitious and opposing goals and interests.
The ability of these individuals and groups to communicate defines the strength of a community. Individuals and groups can uncover ways to best meet their own needs. Through effective communication, without harming the interests of other groups.
You will discover many opportunities to enrich your own life and to appreciate your differences from other members of a community as you improve your ability to communicate. You, your family, and your friends can become good citizens and lead better lives with strong communication skills.
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