Letter of Advice - Letter of Advice Cindy Renteria COMM 200...

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Letter of Advice Cindy Renteria COMM 200 Interpersonal Communication Instructor Linda Atkinson November 13, 2011 Dear Marisol and Eder, Learning to communicate effectively is very important in any type of relationship. Whether it is a personal, business or family matter that needs attention when the individual takes the time to listen to what is being said and responds in the appropriate ways of communication When you fail to listen you are not hearing what your partner is saying, you think you hear it but can be totally opposite of what was said. This is one of many reasons why people seek advice
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from others instead of their spouse. I will take what I have learned in this class and use it to the best of my ability to help you as much as I can. In this letter I will explain to you the principles and misconceptions in interpersonal communication, the process by which self-concept is developed and maintained, ways for people to improve their personal communications and communication competencies, strategies’ for managing interpersonal conflict, and understanding the impact of gender and culture on interpersonal communication. I want to talk about the principles of effective communication and give you some positive tips to help you and your partner become better communicators. I believe that when you treat each other with respect will prove beneficial because it lets your partner know that you can focus all your energy on them and not focusing your energy on other people. And ways that you can spend all of your energy and attention on your partner is very simple just enjoy each other’s company and making yourself present for loved ones instead of being distracted by your problems with others will definitely let your partner know that you are more interested in them than by the distractions around you. Self- concept is the ideas and beliefs people hold about themselves. Self-concept is kept stable by many different mental and psychological inferences and attributions. One key example is that self-concept is seen a self-fulfilling prophecy another process that affects self-concept is
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This note was uploaded on 11/16/2011 for the course ENG122 ENG122 taught by Professor Ross during the Fall '10 term at Ashford University.

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Letter of Advice - Letter of Advice Cindy Renteria COMM 200...

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