Letter to Newly Married Couple on Interpersonal Communication

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Letter to Newly Married Couple on Interpersonal Communication

Jacovah Ling Joan Golding 08/25/2014

Letter to Newly Married Couple on Interpersonal Communication

Dear Dave and Sally,

It is with great pleasure that I take this opportunity to share with you some of the critical elements that will be effective in addressing the issue of interpersonal communications in your new relationship. Indeed the value of personal interpersonal communications cannot be undermined because life is all about
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That be as it may, there are also instances when more communication will always be better. The key point to remember is to make evaluations on instances when more communication is better and counterproductive. This will make your interpersonal communication highly effective (Gaertner, 2010).

The next element of interpersonal communication that is essential for your understanding is that it can both be intentional and unintentional. Most people and couples think that communication must only be ‘intentional’. This is not true. Even when we are not talking, we are always communicating because there are so many ways of communicating other than speaking and writing. Our facial expressions, moods and body language will always send out more meaning than word. This implies that the non-verbal communication serves to betray the verbal communication such that even though we may be saying one thing, there is a high possibility that our body language could be sending different signals to the other partner. Thus, even as you relate intentionally, it is also important to remember that there are those signals that are being received by your partner even though you are sending them unconsciously. As a new couple, it is ensure that you do not unintentionally communicate what you did not wish to do so. Interpersonal correspondence is transactional in nature. It is a procedure in which

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