HCOM 214: Interpersonal COMM & Conflict

Learning interpersonal communication skills to improve every part of our lives

Family Members

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Through the years i’ve learned many ways among communication when my family get together. Meaning I have a different bond with one another which means communicating in a different way. But there is one type of communication that i share the same with all my family members and its that greeting we do when we see each other. For my female aunts and cousins we shake their hand and a kiss on the cheek, as for the male member we slaut with a handshake and a hug. It’s a custom we always do everyone has to greet each other. Lately i have started to feel more connected to my family member. I wanna say the spark tohow are family started to associate with each other more often was my grandmother being sick, when that happens we all started to see each other more often. I rely my feeling and problems to my cousins, more than my aunts or uncles. I feel that my cousin understand me more since they are my age and can relate more. The way I balance my feelings towards others is i try not to bring them up for then I wouldn’t be comfortable.When it comes being raised in two type of families it can be really difficult to communicate with both sides. From personal experience, my moms side of the family follow a different religion which affects me , since they forbid for me to associate with my dads side of the family. So it is pretty difficult sometimes. At the moment i really do enjoy the moment i have with my family, I Would prefer a different

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