Poor communication with children can also lead to your children getting into dangerous activities like drinking alcohol, doing drugs, having unprotected sex and unhealthy relationships.
The syndrome of nonverbal learning disabilities is now well recognized in the field of neuropsychology.
However, many psychologists in other specialties are unfamiliar with this disorder.
This paper presents a clinical description of the syndrome based on a review of the relevant literature.
Leaving out details in your communication, forgetting to communicate important information and not listening actively prevent you from being able to properly communicate in a way that is essential for sustaining a relationship.
Communication is the glue that holds marriages together.
Regardless of what causes communication breakdowns in a marriage, they can cause rifts between partners that are hard to fix.
In addition, a clinical case example, along with supporting evaluation data, is provided.
The syndrome of nonverbal learning disabilities (NVLD) includes a number of specific, potentially debilitating symptoms.