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Journalism & Communication
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Letter of Advice [Student’s Name] [Instructor’s Name] [Course Title] [Date] Letter of Advice Dear John and Rita, How are both of you? I am fine and I expect the same for the two of you. I would firstly like to congratulate you two for the engagement. Sorry I could not be there but my best wishes for the newly engaged couple.
The most important thing in a new relationship is to develop understanding and trust among each other. Only with understand can hindrances or fail of communication can be coped up. One very common example of a failure in effective communication occurs when interaction or communication between people take place either in a crowded place or through a medium like telephone where the voice cannot be heard properly. Under such circumstances, it is very much possible that a partner could misinterpret or hear something else that was intended to. For example while taking the course we came across a couple in class that shared their experience of miscommunication over the phone. The couple had recently tied the knot and one fine day while talking on the phone from office the female partner said “Honey my life was so incomplete without you.” The male partner heard the sentence wrong and asked “Do you mean to say that your life was complete without me and that now I am part of it it’s not complete?” The female partner without realizing what she heard said yes. This infuriated the male partner and he banged the phone down only to return home late and drunk that night. Later when the issue was sorted out the problem looked very simple but because the two of them had not known each other that well, it had looked very big before. ...
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