Skill Building: Communication

Published on April 11th, 2020

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Being away from school, classes, teachers, and friends during the COVID-19 health crisis can be tough. Social distancing with family members, and even our pets, can take some getting used to—even when we know staying home is the right thing to do. Keep reading for tips on how to practice healthy communication while we do our part to flatten the curve.

Communicating Your Needs While Social Distancing—Click on the graphic to learn more examples of passive, aggressive and assertive communication styles.

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