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10 Reasons Why Self Awareness is Important in Communication?
You will learn how to understand others, control your emotions, and communicate effectively. Self-awareness is a key communication skill that teaches you how to handle your own feelings in order to manage them. Without this skill, it can be difficult or impossible for you to know what other people are feeling and what those feelings might mean.
Self-awareness is also important for building healthy relationships with other people because it helps us understand their needs and concerns while understanding our own thoughts and feelings towards the person.
Self-awareness is a form of self-reflection that allows us to know our own internal feelings, motivations, and desires. It helps us recognize the relationship between our own attitudes (thoughts), feelings (emotions), intentions, and behaviors. By having self-awareness we can keep a watchful eye on ourselves and our behavior in order to avoid making harmful decisions or harmful mistakes.
So here are our 10 reasons why self-awareness is important in communication.
4. Self-awareness helps us to communicate effectively.
We have all made mistakes in communication at least once or twice, often during stressful times when we are feeling hurt, angry, or insecure because of something that has happened or is happening in our life. Self-awareness helps us to communicate clearly and effectively so that we can express ourselves appropriately. This also allows us to avoid hurting each other unnecessarily.
5. Self- Awareness allows us to understand our own motives.
Self-awareness allows us to know our own motives and how they can affect the way we see others. It is important for you not only to understand your motives but also what you are trying to do with them as well as the effects of it and how it worked out in the end.
6. Self -Awareness allows us to set individual goals.
Being self-aware allows us to set individual goals based on our own needs and desires rather than the expectations of others, because we are aware of ourselves, we know what is important to the self so we can make changes accordingly for our own benefit.
“Self-awareness gives you a feeling of control over your life, and that brings dignity. If you are self-aware, you become aware of how badly you want to die. When you’re self-aware, you realize that your life is not over; that there’s going to be another day. It becomes a source of strength.”
7. Self-Awareness allows us to avoid Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD).
The greatest form of self-awareness is being able to maintain your own identity without letting others define you. You can be aware of how you react and behave, so you do not become your actions. Being self-aware allows us to avoid obsessive-compulsive disorder by not allowing ourselves allow our minds and bodies to fall into the patterns of having to meet certain expectations in order to feel cherished or loved.