Clarify The Barriers To Effective Interpersonal Communication

712 Words 3 Pages
Knowing when there are obstacles in a relationship and being able to observe and adjust one’s feelings is a way to monitor one’s thoughts and actions. One must know when and where to disclose intimate knowledge about oneself to protect one’s self from being used by another person. Learning the concept of how to know what to say and when to say something can keep the clarification of a conversation going. Being an active listener, keeping negative emotions out of the conversation and not acting on impulse can help one manage not having conflicts in one’s relationship. Reflection on one’s thoughts can be worth it’s weigh in gold in a relationship.
It is a good idea to identify the barriers to effective interpersonal interactions. Some of those barriers could be like: clarification to non-verbal communications, lack of commitment, cultural or environmental, and actively listening to someone. When someone does a lot of communicating by media such as e-mails or social networking, they do not see the facial expressions or body language of the other person responding to them. This could cause issue of misinterpreted information.
When a person is born they have no self-concept at first. This is developed as we grow from an infant that learns that when they cry, they get attention; to also having a parent or teacher tell you how
…show more content…
A person must encourage individuals to adopt an ethical code of conduct, discourage and preempt the aggressive or violent behaviors that might arise and contribute to the relationship so that it can become more stable with positive outcomes, such as increased trust and cooperation (Canary, Lakey and Sillars, 2013). A lot of couples may think that they know what the other person is thinking or saying when in fact they might be on totally different thoughts all together. Paying close attention to another person talking can help avoid many conflicts in a

Related Documents