People with mental health disorders may communicate differently than people who don’t.
This brings a new meaning to the phrase “It’s not about what you say, but how you say it.”
Dr. Isabelle Bauman, interim communication department head at Missouri State University, studies how mental health influences communication styles. She is writing a book on her research. Click here to read more…
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