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1 Communicating Bethany Fargher COM200: Interpersonal Communication Instructor Jacey Saucedo May 30, 2011
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2 Communicating Communicating is a big part in your everyday life. If you don’t communicate with people you really wouldn’t have a life per say. You need to communicate with people to get anything or anywhere in life. Going to a restaurant you have to communicate to the waiter or waitress to tell what you would like to order. You have to communicate with family or friends. At your work place you have to communicate with your employees. Everything you do in life involves some sort of communication. People relay on their friends most of the time, this meaning our friends are the people we usually talk to the most. Just because there are some things we tell them that we wouldn’t want our family to know. For instance I tell my friend Brittney every little thing I have to say, and when it comes to my mother or father I tell them things that I know they won’t judge me and think I am a bad person for doing or thinking. The same goes with my boyfriend, I tell him
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This note was uploaded on 08/24/2011 for the course ENG 225 taught by Professor Richardbair during the Spring '10 term at Ashford University.

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