In our society, it is relatively uncommon for people to use “straight talk” in their relationships

In our society, it is relatively uncommon for people to use “straight talk” in their relationships. Why do you think this is so? What are the personal and societal obstacles to using “straight talk,” and how might they be overcome? For example, do you think children should be taught in school how to engage in effective communication and conflict resolutions? Would it be feasible for them to practice such techniques with teachers and other authority figures, as well as peers? Finally, are there circumstances in which you feel it would be unwise to engage in “straight talk”? If so, what are those circumstances?

Supplement your primary reply with a scholarly article about children’s use of honest communication that you find interesting.

Be sure to cite your sources, and remember that direct quotes and references do not count toward the minimum word count. APA format. 400 word minimum.

 

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