It is said: “Don’t long to be lonely, even Earth has its own satellite.” Really, communication, being among other people, it is one of the most essential needs of the person. Especially, it is important in the youth. In this lifetime for everyone of us is very important and meaning friendship among us and our coevals, their recognition. Often friends for the youths are more important than family or school. In the group of our coevals we are active, communicative, friendly, ready to protect company’s honour and friends.
Communication with other people has very big influence on the development of the person – family, friends, acquaintances, neighbours and so on – mould the characteristics of the persons spiritual world.
Then we are communicating with other people we are adopting their knowledge of life and outlook on the world. It is said, that then you are associating with interesting, rich personality, in one week you learn more then you would learn on your own in one month. The information which is received then you are communicating stays more longer.
The primary experience of communication is obtained in the family.
Often children who were the only child in the family are less communicative. The middle child gets the biggest experience in communication, because he learns to communicate with older and younger members of the family.
Then person is growing up, communication is becoming wider. We are becoming members of various collectives. Which are allocated in formal and personal. Formal collectives can be some educational or working institutions and there we mostly communicate with other people talking about some working questions. But more important are personal relationships, because we can choose people what we like the most and trust them.
It is also established, that hearty, friendly feelings among friends and in the family decrease stress, depression, fears etc., that are factors which inflict heart diseases.
And in conclusion, I’ll say extract from some advertisement: “Person can manage without a lot of things, but without other person – never.”