Brain Block — Barriers in Communication

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If we allow ourselves to stop when we hit the “brain block” and think of the idea we want to convey, we usually will find a way to continue the conversation.

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If you don’t have the correct ideas in one sentence structure, try a new one.

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Born a Midwestern American, now a permanent Mexican resident. Outdoor adventurer, language enthusiast, and lover of classical music.

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