If your friend, neighbor, coworker or loved one hasn’t gotten their COVID vaccine yet, they probably have a reason. Identifying that reason is key to getting them to get their shot, experts say.
You want them to get vaccinated. They don't. Now what? Tips from experts to have a conversation that could possibly change their mind.
, frustration, anger). You need to enter the conversation prepared to address concerns on both fronts.“The psychology of changing someone’s mind require a high level of emotional intelligence and logical thinking,” Huang said in an email. “When you come out the gate telling people they are incorrect about something they believe, this can come off as insulting and condescending, which often results in the other person losing interest in engaging with you productively.”
You need to determine which sources of information they trust. The global communications firm Edelman does an annual “” to gauge where people are getting their information and which sources they trust. The places where you get your information are not going to be the same as everyone else’s.
AdvertisementTrust in media sources, the government, and non-governmental organizations fell globally, the report found.“People have come to know and trust the information that they believe, and they don’t believe the sources that are coming from sort of the ‘other side,’” said Courtney Gray Haupt, who runs the U.S. healthcare team at Edelman. headtopics.com
In other words, if your friend doesn’t trust what he reads in newspapers, sending him an article about how safe and effective vaccines are will not be compelling.So whom do people trust? Gray Haupt said the research showed a lot of the most trusted voices were local ones. Scientists ranked at the top, then “people in my community,” then “my employer.”
Advertisement“To address hesitancy,” she said, “people have to hear those local, personal and relatable stories about vaccinations, and how it benefits not just themselves, but how it’s benefiting others around them in their community.” Read more: Los Angeles Times »
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Fox Rails Against Vaccine Passports, Uses Vaccine PassportsTucker Carlson and other Fox hosts have railed, on-air, against the idea of so-called “vaccine passports” but never told their audience that Fox uses one of its own Why even report on that nonsense? Rolling Stone can’t quite grasp the concept of optional vs mandatory I think most people realize that Tucker and his Fox enablers are a giant hoax.
More than 110,000 Covid-19 vaccine doses have been destroyed in Georgia since DecemberMore than 110,000 doses of Covid-19 vaccine have been destroyed in Georgia since December 2020, when vaccines were first administered in the state, Georgia health officials said. Arizona's forensic audit proved what we already knew Trump won easily,there is no such thing as a perfect crime there is a poorly investigated crime Trump is the president of the United States although courts refuse to recognize evidence of electoral fraud And countries BEGGING for them. Such an avoidable waste. Stop sending vaccine to Georgia, send them to a country that wants them! If Georgians get covid fuck em!
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WHO chief tells International Olympic Committee global failure to share resources is fueling a 'two-track pandemic'WHO's Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus also criticized the vaccine discrepancies between wealthy and low-income countries. Good. Red or Green Tomorrow? O conselho mundial de saúde deve fazer o seu trabalho. Se a burocracia intervir, por que devo ouvir o conselho mundial de saúde e ser vacinado? Quero apenas uma explicação que me convença, e uma explicação clara.