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Cm206: Interpersonal Communication Questions for Response

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CM206: Interpersonal Communication Questions for Response
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Jan and Ken have been good friends for most of their lives, but because of what she said last week, Ken believes Jan has betrayed their friendship.   Ken: Jan, we need to talk. Why did you tell Shannon about what happened between Katie and me? You know, [now] Shannon doesn’t want to talk to me.   Jan: Ken, I’m sorry. I didn’t mean to tell her. I just kind of slipped out when we were talking.   Ken: Sorry? Sorry is not enough. I told you that in private, and you promised that you would keep it just between you and me.   Jan: Ken, I told her that long before the two of you even started dating. You know, Shannon and I, we have been friends for a long time. We were just talking about guys and cheating and stuff; it wasn’t you specifically.   Ken: Wasn’t about me? It was totally about me. You had no right to tell anyone that under any circumstance. Now Shannon doesn’t trust me. She thinks I’m a low-life who sleeps around.   Jan: Well, I’m sorry, but the two of you weren’t even dating yet.   Ken: That’s irrelevant. It would be irrelevant even if Shannon and I weren’t dating. The point is I thought I could trust you and I could tell you anything and it would go no further.   Jan: Yeah? Like the time I told you I was thinking about dropping out of school one semester and you just happened to tell my Dad?   Ken: Oh, that’s not the same thing.   Jan: You know what? It’s exactly the same. I trusted you and you squealed. My Dad lit in to me big time. He never should have known I was thinking about that. I trusted you and you betrayed me.
Ken: Look, I was just trying to look out for you. I thought you were making a big mistake and I was just trying to stop you. And besides, you know I was right. Don’t change the subject here. Are you saying, that you telling Shannon, what is this, some sort of payback for me telling your Dad?   Jan:...

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