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  1. This is great, masha’Allah really eye opening! There is really a difference between listening and actually listening :) Thanks you for this good article! xx

    • I completly agree with you . Once I started applying these tips myself I noticed the difference and Alhamdulilah it felt very productive both on my personality and on my relationship with others ! 

  2. Naffi : I completly agree with you . Once I started applying these tips myself I noticed the difference and Alhamdulilah it felt very productive both on my personality and on my relationship with others ! 

    Yasmin : I’m glad you like it sister , hope you find useful inshAllah ! 

  3. This is very informative. I have problems with listening, mainly concentration problems. Hopefully  I will be able to become an active listener by applying these techniques. Thumbs up to you

    • I’m very glad you like it ! JazakAllah ! 
      As for the concentration thing , just start and inshAllah it will come by time , practice is the key :) 

  4. Mashallah, thank you for simplifying it the way you did. It will help me a lot to assess and improve myself. JazakAllahu Khairan.

    By the way just one thought came to my mind; quite many times we find ourselves the dilemma when we try to speak, people tend to do the things we mentioned in the barriers here and it breaks our thought or just forces us to answer their misunderstandings or raise our voice/be decisive and spoil the objective of the conversation. Could you share some thoughts on how can we approach such scenarios…JazakAllahu khairn again.

  5. A very well written and articulate article. Covers the topic of active listening in great depth. Thank you!