“We do not hear what we hear…, only what we remember.”
NOTE: Listening is hard work. Making sure we listen accurately takes even more effort. Those in great relationships make the effort to accurately hear each other. When we hear selectively we filter what we hear through our biases. Selective hearing is often the source of many disagreements. Make the effort to listen and listen accurately it will pay off big time.
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