Interpersonal communication involves passing information from one person to the other in the most effective manner so that the sender and the receiver understand each other. The sender should always be brief and precise so that he gets the right feedback. In our current society, information is passed across different groups but the most common form of communication occurs between two people. There are problems associated with this form of communication in that if the information is not conveyed correctly then the receiver might not clearly figure out the meaning. This is the first thing that needs to be rectified. Verbal and non-verbal communication involves direct and indirect channels. The use of body language should be standardized, I sometimes find it difficult in interpreting some of the signs and symbols used, and in fact, I may not even respond because of misconception and complexity of this signs (Hartley 29).