Communication to Me

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For the most part communication with others has been overall easy and annoyance free. There are however some instances where I am annoyed by other peoples communication quirks. I do have my own challenges with communication. My biggest annoyance with others communication and my own is not being able to put what we mean exactly into words. Talking seems to come easy but when it comes to putting my exact thoughts into words this is when I have the most difficulty. I don’t know whether or not if I’m afraid I’m going to say the wrong thing or if I don’t say what I actually mean.
I can usually get away with plainly saying what I mean but I find it extremely hard when im trying to explain it to other people. I’ve also have a serious problem with speaking in front of people especially people I don’t really know. However I find it very easy to communicate with friends. I don’t understand as to why I find it easier, I guess it’s because I’m afraid of being judged by people I don’t know. This has always been my biggest challenge with communication. I also find myself giving one word answers very often. My reasoning for giving one word answers goes back to my inability to put my thoughts into complete sentences. If I can’t put it into a full and comprehensible statement Ill usually use a few words as a response.
But my biggest annoyance is with people that aren’t good at joke or storytelling. I understand that it takes skill to do this but if you stop at every other word to remember the story or the joke I’ll probably be able to figure out how it ends before you finish. I’m not saying I’m not interested in how it ends. What I am saying is that I shouldn’t be able to tell the story better than you if it was your story to begin with.
Sometimes I do have quirks with people who talk nonstop and don’t allow other people to have any part in a conversation. What you say is…...

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