Interpersonal communication is a communication transaction involving two or more people, specifically in a personal relationship.
Children with strong interpersonal intelligence have lots of friends and are able to create long meaningful relationships with people.
People have basic needs that they fulfill through interpersonal relationships of various kinds. Affection is "the need for positive regard" on many levels from others, as well as expressing it to them.
Inclusion is the "desire to be part of the events and interactions around us." The desire to "feel secure and safe in our surrounding", is the need for control.

Relationships are another aspect of interpersonal communication and can be analyzed as a part of the natural patterns in it. Coming together has the following stages; initiation, experimentation, intensifying, integrating, and bonding.
Coming apart has stages also; differentiating, circumscribing, stagnating, avoiding, and termination. The positive or supportive behaviors include; description, equality, problem orientation, spontaneity, empathy, and provisionalism.
The negative or defensive behaviors are; evaluation, superiority, control, strategy, neutrality, and certainty.

Conflict is an expressed struggle between two or more interdependent people who perceive incompatible goals, scarce resources, and interference from others in achieving their goals.
The four basic elements in conflict are; expression, interdependence, incompatibility, and interference.

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