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  1. keannu's Avatar
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    I donít mind at all

    What does this "mind" mean? If it means "don't care", don't care what? I don't care about "you're telling me my tendency" or "I don't care about talking about myself"?

    mo3-38 ex)Clients send a steady stream of clues and messages through their facial expression, body movement, and voice pitch. Counselors need to learn how to read these messages without distorting or overinterpreting them in order to establish and maintain relationships with their clients. For instance, when Denise says to Jennie, “It seems that it’s hard for you to talk about yourself,” Jennie says, “No, I don’t mind at all.” But the real answer is probably in her nonverbal behavior, for she speaks hesitatingly while looking away and frowning. Reading such clues helps Denise understand Jennie better.

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    Re: I donít mind at all

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    Yeah, 'I don't mind' means 'I don't care' or 'It doesn't bother me'.

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    Re: I donít mind at all

    I have no problem talking about myself.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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