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Communication is as much about what you say, as it is about how you say it.  Communication and personal well-being refers to how human beings create, transmit, and interpret messages between two or more people and the well-being, or quality of life, of those individuals who are parties to that communication.

People with good communication skills tend to report higher life satisfaction, hope, and happiness and lower levels of perceived stress than people with poor communication skills. The Isbourne offers a whole host of courses and workshops that can help improve your communication skills, which can help in all aspects of your life, from personal to professional.