DX: I expected you to come for your first appointment yesterday. I was looking forward to attending to you. I can’t believe you did let me know you won’t be available. Now you must avail yourself of you appointments going forward.Me: You’re saying that you could have attended to me yesterday and I should have notified you that I won’t be available. Also, are you saying that I should make sure that I come to see as scheduled for an appointment?DX: I sure, that is what I am saying.Me: I am glad you have given those instructions.DX: How Mike’s project is doing? We bumped into each other last week in a restaurant I didn’t get a chance to ask him.Me: Are asking how Mike’s project is progressing. Also, are saying you met Mike last week?DX: Sure, that is what I am asking. I met him last week.Me: Mike’s project is progressing well.DX: I except we meet next week same day at the same time.Me: so we meet same time coming week.DX: Sure. I have a great week.Me: You too.Example of Reflective FeelingDX: I expected you to come for your first appointment yesterday. I was looking forward to attending to you. I can’t believe you did let me know you won’t be available. Now you must avail yourself of you appointments going forward.Me: You’re saying you felt disappointed by me that I didn’t show up yesterday. So you felt offended by my absence.DX: I sure, that is what I am saying.Me: I am glad you have given those instructions.DX: How Mike’s project is doing? We bumped into each other last week in a restaurant I didn’t get a chance to ask him.Me: You want to know about Mike project progress. Did you meet him last week was he happy to see you?DX: Sure, that is what I am asking. I met him last week.Me: Mike’s project is progressing well.DX: I except we meet next week same day at the same time.Me: so we meet same time coming week.DX: Sure. I have a great week.Me: You too.Observations of the Partner actions and WordI observed that under reflective hearing, my partner was able to notice that I understood the message he was conveying. Also, I realized he became too attentive when replying to my point of view understanding o his message. Furthermore, I could feel he allowed me to his feeling, for example, the facial expression of disappointment. On responding to my question, he was sure of the message he was conveying. There was greater and better connection between us as well as the understanding of the message.Observations during Reflective HearingReflective hearing can help people in the conversation come to a greater understanding. I observed that reflective hearing could reduce complaints. Also, reflective hearing can improve interaction since reflecting are changes that make a conversation better. Moreover, it improves surety of the statement of the individuals interacting. Since receiver confirms what is he or she is being told, he makes sure that the statement given is correct one. Furthermore, I observed I put my point of view aside, and I let the sender realize my words in his point of view. Reflective hearings increase attentiveness of conversation since the receiver is interested in the sender point of view.Reflective helps in arriving at a consensus understanding between the sender and the receiver (Burke et al, 33). Also, I observed that reflective feeling helps one gain insight into sender emotional responses. For instance, I felt disappointed for you not showing up in your appointment. Also, reflective feeling helps in managing emotions and feelings of the conversation. Moreover, helps in identifying the feelings and sort out multiple meanings of the conversation.Reflective Hearing Summary Reflective listening is one of the most powerful skills of communications. Reflective listening is as known as mirroring. Therefore, reflective hearing is the way mirror reflects one’s image. In reflective listening, a receiver can verbally reflect the sender words using his or her point view (Arnold, 354). The reflective hearing is difficult to use and learn, but it pays off since it helps the partners to develop great and solid connections. Mirroring technique is useful in eliminating doubts and provides an effective understanding between the parties involved.Reflective listening is not a repetition of the message word by word. Thus, reflective hearing is receiver’s point of view of the sender’s message. Repetition of the word by word is called parroting. Therefore, reflective listening is not about remembering all the details that were said or repeating words. The assumptions that someone can repeat back anything that was said he or she listening is incorrect. Thus, listening to word is not enough but understanding the message or the subject of the words said is reflective listening.In reflective hearing the receiver conveys the words of what sender believes and thinks about the subject, the receiver feels and emotions towards the subject, behaviors, and intentions of the sender towards the topic, the sender’s needs and wants, the values and his interpretation of the subject (Arnold, 354). Thus, in the inflective hearing, the understanding point of view of the receiver of the sender’s message is key to a better connection between the partners and the clarity of the message.Works CitedArnold, Kyle. “Behind the mirror: Reflective listening and its Tain in the work of Carl Rogers.” The Humanistic Psychologist42.4 (2014): 354.Burke, Paul, and Melinda Hohman. “ENCOURAGING SELF-REFLECTION IN THE REFLECTIVE LISTENING PROCESS.” Clinical Supervision Activities for Increasing Competence and Self-Awareness (2014): 33.