Interpersonal Communication SPC 3301
University of Central Florida
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Date Created: 10/22/15
Termination Strategies Communication during termination is a process not a discrete events termination can take a long time or can be accomplished with a single conversation though this is rare Baxter identifies different dimensions of strategies Direct vs indirect Directly state you don t want the relationship to stay in the state that it is lndirectly stop calling ignore them at school etc Unilateral vs bilateral Unilateral no negotiation you do the breaking up Bilateral you include the other person make decisions together about state of relationship Self vs other orientation lllt s not you it s me sef Consequences of Termination A Partly depends of initiator status that is which person initiated the break up Women initiate divorce and break ups more often than men Some research indicated that mutually initiated breakups make coping easier than either self or other initiated relationships Most research however indicated that being the one who leaves is better off than being the one who is left However leavers still experience pain and stress B interesting gender differences is that females have a more negative experiences during the divorce process while males are harder hit once the divorce is final C Some research shows males fall in love faster and take longer to get over a breakup
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