COM200: Interpersonal Communication
Paige, Tracy July 6, 2015
Dear Sara and Stephen
First I would like to congratulate you both on your recent engagement! I am so thrilled that you are asking me for advice base on all of the valuable information that I have studied in my Interpersonal Communication course. Communication is the foundation that a marriage is built upon. Communication can determine whether a relationship will be a long lasting relationship, or it will perish. It is a skill that no one has perfect, but we all can learn beneficial ways to communicate more effectively which is key to having a long happy marriage. I am delighted to share the tools and information that I have learned through my course. I hope that both of you will find my advice very informative and helpful in your marriage.
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Recognize how words have the power to create and affect attitudes, behavior, and perception:
I will discuss how certain trigger words can contribute to an individual’s attitude by proving examples of the types of words and phrases that should and should not be used. I will use our text as a reference for describing what “trigger words” are and ways to avoid them. According to Sole, K. (2011).
Second Body Paragraph: Explain the principles and misconceptions in effective interpersonal communication:
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