Various behaviours exist when any individual is communicating with others. It is often not what was said but how it was said, that can prompt a positive or negative reaction. Sometimes there is no need to say anything because our physical behaviour portrays it all. There are 4 different types of communication behaviour including the following.
Aggressive behaviour, this type of behaviour is portrayed in such a way the other individual may feel isolated or offended and maybe even threatened. This type of behaviour usually creates a sense of dominance and anger through verbal or maybe even physical actions. Aggressive behaviour can be a way of expressing feelings of fear or loss of control within a situation. It can also be due to a lack of self esteem, It can be triggered through an automatic reaction in which a rush of adrenaline occurs or a reaction to a threatening situation. For example if someone was being robbed they may use this type of communication behaviour as they feel threatened so they feel that they need to stand their ground.
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Submissive or accommodating behavior reduces anxiety or fear by allowing your own thoughts to be ignored, setting the ground for others to easily take advantage of you. Most people learn this behavioral communication at a young age, instilled by parents or a hierarchical organization. Not rocking the boat can be pleasing, as it allows others to have it as they like. This behavior is seen in people who have a hard time saying "no" to unreasonable requests made by others, or wanting to avoid personal attention or a scene. Loss of self-esteem, as well as potentially aggressive outburst, are side effects of built up resentment that stems from this behavior.
Avoidance behavior is commonly used to evade any sort of confrontation. Avoidance can be expressed in many ways: refusing to go...