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There are many different types of "human interactions".

Exemplary (E-HI); pleasant, positive, or pleasurable (P-HI); productive (PROD-HI), professional (PRO-HI), unprofessional (UNPRO-HI), unproductive (UNPROD-HI), counterproductive (CP-HI), unpleasant (U-HI); painful (PA-HI); regrettable (R-HI), horrendous (H-HI), ugly (UG-HI), nice (N-HI), not nice (NN-HI), laughable (L-HI), funny (F-HI), ridiculous (RI-HI), retarded (RE-HI), sexual (S-HI), asexual (AS-HI), etc. The list is endless, and a website may sprout listing all the different types of human interactions and their acronyms or (as I believe it is best to call them) "acronames".

By looking back and analyzing not only an interaction, but also what "really" happened and how each participant behaved and or reacted to other's behaviors, it is possible to comprehend interactions and behaviors better, learn from them, remember them, and give them a name or label—such as EHI to help reveal similarities and make it easier to categorize and group them to further increase comprehension and knowledge.
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There are many different types of "human interactions".

Exemplary (E-HI); pleasant, positive, or pleasurable (P-HI); productive (PROD-HI), professional (PRO-HI), unprofessional (UNPRO-HI), unproductive (UNPROD-HI), counterproductive (CP-HI), unpleasant (U-HI); painful (PA-HI); regrettable (R-HI), horrendous (H-HI), ugly (UG-HI), nice (N-HI), not nice (NN-HI), laughable (L-HI), funny (F-HI), ridiculous (RI-HI), retarded (RE-HI), sexual (S-HI), asexual (AS-HI), etc. The list is endless, and a website may sprout listing all the different types of human interactions and their acronyms or (as I believe it is best to call them) "acronames".

By looking back and analyzing not only an interaction, but also what "really" happened and how each participant behaved and or reacted to other's behaviors, it is possible to comprehend interactions and behaviors better, learn from them, remember them, and give them a name or label—such as EHI.

Labeling interactions can help reveal similarities and make it easier to categorize and group them to further increase comprehension and knowledge.
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There are many different types of "human interactions".

Exemplary (E-HI); pleasant, positive, or pleasurable (P-HI); productive (PROD-HI), professional (PRO-HI), unprofessional (UNPRO-HI), unproductive (UNPROD-HI), counterproductive (CP-HI), unpleasant (U-HI); painful (PA-HI); regrettable (R-HI), horrendous (H-HI), ugly (UG-HI), nice (N-HI), not nice (NN-HI), laughable (L-HI), funny (F-HI), ridiculous (RI-HI), retarded (RE-HI), sexual (S-HI), asexual (AS-HI), etc. The list is endless, and a website may sprout listing all the different types of human interactions and their acronyms or (as I believe it is best to call them) "acronames".

By looking back and analyzing not only an interaction, but also what "really" happened and how each participant behaved and or reacted to other's behaviors, it is possible to comprehend interactions and behaviors better, learn from them, remember them, and give them a name or label—such as EHI. Doing that helps reveal similarities and make it easier to categorize and group them to further increase comprehension and knowledge.
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