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Newly engaged couple hears that you are taking a course in interpersonal communication, and wants advice for their relationship.
Journalism & Communication
Pages 8 (2008 words)
Title of paper Student’s name Course name and number Instructor’s name Date submitted Dear Sara and Tim, I am writing this letter to you in an effort to tell you how to communicate better in interpersonal relationships, like the one you two are in. The contents of this letter will explain to you what needs to be done and how to ensure better communication and quality of relationship when it comes to a couple like yours.
(Krauss and Fussell, n.d). 1. The principles and misconceptions in effective interpersonal communications The level of communication in any particular situation determines what kind of social behavior will take place between the concerned individuals. (Krauss and Fussell, n.d). For example, with a couple like yours who are newly engaged and experiencing problems with interpersonal communication have to concentrate extremely hard on improving the communication between the two of you if the said relationship is to be sustained and nurtured over time. In couple’s relationships, communication sort of becomes the glue that holds the two people together. The more open and honest the communication level is between the two of you, the closer you will be and the less open and more strained the communication level is between the two of you the farther apart you will be and the more chances there will be of this relationship falling apart. Research on the matter has determined that communication does mediate behavior, but it is still hazy on how exactly it accomplishes this. (Krauss and Fussell, n.d). This could be because the topics under question are very intangible and cannot be quantified and tested easily and also because they vary with situation. ...
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