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MAIL VS FEMAIL COMMUNICATION STYLES You say the glass is half-empty I say the glass is half full This is the way people communicate daily on a personal level or professional level Effective communication however is the ultimate key As we know communication is carried on all over the world in many different languages slangs and dialects that have developed over time through the communication process Perhaps the most obvious difference in achieving effective communication is seen in any culture or race between males and females Though not as obvious or radical as two different languages it is a difference that can be equated to such Males and females have definite different communication styles and as a result we respond differently under various professional social and personal situations Like the book title implies Men are from Mars Women are from Venus we are very different We are not from different planets but why does it seem that way We are raised under different norms Is it wrong that we raise our boys and girls differently That is a question that stems back many years and cannot be answered in this paper Historic traditions instilled inside all of us that are unconsciously passed down through generation after generation makes us the people that we are The key word is UNCONSCIOUSLY It is part of our culture to treat the sexes differently In most cultures women have been raised to be more passive than men and this trait usually sticks with them all through life From grade school on up women have been the quiet ones In school guys were the ones being loud and obnoxious remember throwing rocks and dirt at the girls Little did they know that was the male way of saying I am here notice me or I really like you Girls would respond with a smile to the guys or say he is so stupid to her friends
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