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Relationships | Are You An Award Winning Supporting Character In Your Partners Life Movie?

The supreme importance of empathetic and sympathetic listening is emphasized here by relationship coach Kamal Imani. Excellent advice for people who are comm...

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Comment by Kamal Imani on November 20, 2017 at 11:40pm

LaFaith, This is true. Thank you for your response.! One love!  Kamal

Comment by LaFaith Networks on November 20, 2017 at 7:47pm

Thank You Brother Kamai for sharing this video.  In our days and times, not to many folks are listening.  Everyone seen to be in a hurry, why?  Life to short to be stress and run yourself crazy like a mad man or woman.  Moderation is key, something many of us need to start learning.  Now for Listening, one of my great strength.  Sometimes it gets me in trouble because I can never get much done when I was on the job.  Every time I put by head down to get busy and when I looked up, Awh~~there it is, another great friend need my ears. I have met some great people being a good listener.  And to be honest, I truly enjoy listening and helping others with my truth without fluff.  You can learn a lot being a great listener.  I found people respect you better.

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