Frequent Communication

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Out of Sight, Out of Mind: The Importance of Frequent Communication
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Literature Review (revised) Charles Caleb Colton said, “True friendship is like sound health; the value of it is seldom known until it be lost”(Lavallee, 2005, p.1). Every true friendship comes with responsibilities behind it. These responsibilities are not always broadcast, but they are implied through the bond friend’s share. One of these responsibilities is the maintenance of a relationship. For most people, this comes naturally. One does not have to write down in his calendar to remember to be there for his friend. This reaction happens normally in a bilateral friendship. There is a generally caring, and love for that other person. However, in some instances, people fail to upkeep the most basic ideal of friendship. This is the frequency of their interaction with another. I use the idiom, “Out of Sight, Out of Mind”, to describe this lack of communication because it is not ones deliberate choice to neglect the relationship; however, distance or other exogenous factors can contribute to the absence of interaction. In order to upkeep a healthy and vibrant connection, one must understand the importance of frequent communication. Especially concerning true friendships, the frequency of ones interactions will greatly There are many different reasons why friends can all of a sudden drift apart. Many times this happens when best friends decide to live together without really understanding their friend’s habits. In this case, the living situation doesn’t always unfold the way they expect. This happens to an immense amount of college freshmen when they decide to room with their best friend from home. People are not always used to living with someone close, and they might find that the proximity of their best pale might be a little more irritating than they have once thought. Sadly, this can lead to many
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fights, and the constant irritation on both sides. A friendship that they once thought as rock solid has been torn apart because they haven’t taken the right steps to deal with their emotions. Although this situation couldn’t have been scene beforehand, with proper the
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This note was uploaded on 05/07/2008 for the course COMM 3300 taught by Professor Vogelaar,a during the Fall '08 term at Colorado.

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