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I have always pushed the importance of alternative verbal development, this is a great resource to share.
good. Thank you.
One of the best articles. It gives several insights into how to use prompt delays, which is too often uncovered territory.
Easy, quick and interesting read.
I very much enjoyed this easy read. It pertains well to a case that I am writting procedure/programming for. I will take some of the techniques and probe them to see how it may or may not translate. This article makes me want to seek out other articles on total communication approach!