meaning of messagemore understandable. It’sused when paraphrasingis difficult or when thecommunication isrambling or garbled. Toclarify the message orconfess confussion andask the client to repeat orrestate the message.Would you please say thatagain?Would you tell me more?Perceptionchecking orseekingconsensualvalidationA method similar tocalrifying that verifies themeaning of specificwords rather than theover all meaning of themessage.
My husband never givesme any presents.
You mean he has nevergiven you a present for your B-day and Christmas?
Well-not never. He doesgets me something for my B-dayand Christmas, but he neverthinks of giving me anything atany other time.Offering SelfSuggesting one’spresence, interest, orwish to understand theclient without making anydemands or attachingconditions that the clientmust comply with toreceive the nurse’sattention.I’ll stay with you until yourdaughter arrives.We can sit here quitely for awhile; we dont need to talkunless u want to.I’ll help you to dress to go home,if you like.GivingInformationPrividingin a simple anddirect manner, specificfactualYour surger is scheduled for11am tomorrow You will feel a pulling sensationwhen a tube is remove fromyour abdomen.I do not know the answer tothat, but I will find out to Mr.King, the nurse incharge.AcknowledgingGiving recognition, in anonjudgemental way, of a change of behavior, aneffort the client has You trimmed yor beard andmustache and washed your hairI noticed you keep squintingyour eyes are you having