Self-validation is the recognition and acceptance of your own thoughts, feelings, sensations and behaviors as understandable. Multi-tasking while you listen to your teenager's story about his soccer game is not being present.
Learning how to use validation effectively takes practice. Being present means giving all your attention to the person you are validating.
Just being present, paying complete attention to the person in a nonjudgmental way, is often the answer.
For yourself, being mindful of your own emotion is the first step to accepting your emotion.
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Our conversation quickly shifted to my compliment of how she used such effective validation skills.
She informed me that she has taken lots of communication courses on validation and it showed!
Clarification is important in many situations especially when what is being communicated is difficult in some way.
Communication can be 'difficult' for many reasons, perhaps sensitive emotions are being discussed - or you are listening to some complex information or following instructions.