Sunday, July 26, 2020

A Case for Silence: Why listening may be more important than ever

No author listed, Pikrepo, Public Domain
There certainly are times to speak up. At the macro level, we might speak out on a political issue. Micro, we often should ask for what we want lest we unduly sacrifice our agency. Plus, speaking is active learning: We grow from figuring out what to say and then saying it.

But these days, silence may be getting short shrift. I make the case in my Psychology Today article today.

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