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Some people think that life is boring. Are you one of them? Or can you argue the opposite is true?
Do you remember Erika and Renee? Do you also have in mind our recent miscommunication or miscommunication-complaints topics that you read last week?
As a continuation for these topics, Amy reminded us that a family miscommunication might lead to having a broken family, and since a family communication is very important for the family to survive and flourish, you need to know the reasons and how to avoid them.
What are the main causes of miscommunication in one family?
Here’s a few tips: