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We can all develop skills to help us understand our loved ones properly and make sure they understand what we really mean. Still, communication is bound to go wrong sometimes, but we can get better at it with practice. Communication is a two-way street: listening is just as important as talking. And when you listen, you should really listen so you can really understand what the other person is saying.
Communication is about expressing yourself in a healthy waylistening to your partner when they are doing the same, and really hearing and absorbing what the other person has to say. There are ways to do this without pressuring your S. Keep in mind that not everyone opens up very easily.
5 easy ways to communicate better in your relationship
Be patient with your partner if they are not sharing all the time. So, be mindful and respectful of their emotional boundaries, and they should be equally mindful and respectful of yours. Ultimately, the more you get to know your S. And honesty breeds trust, which are two very important pillars of a healthy relationship hint: communication is another super important pillar!
Communication is not just about the words we say but also how we say them.
Our tone and our attitude give away a lot more than just the words coming out of our mouths. Look at your S. Are they crossing their arms?
Sometimes you can tell just by looking at someone what they may be feeling. Be honest about how you feel to the best of your ability, and try to express it in a healthy way before it gets to the point where it blows up and someone says something they regret.
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Being direct is always better than being passive aggressive. Remember to turn it back to your S. Are you pointing fingers and placing blame?
Relationships are about both people, and each should have an equal say about things. Conversations are like a tennis match; it should flow naturally back and forth to each person.
We have always been great at communicating openly and honestly with each other. We had no idea how living together would change the way we had to communicate, but it certainly did. The first three weeks together, we bickered constantly.
We were so upset about the bickering rather than the thing we were actually arguing overthat we ended up bickering about the fact that we were bickering! Have a headache yet? Yep, we had one for about three weeks straight. Because we are so not that couple, we finally sat down and talked it out.
We had to learn a completely new way of being with each other since we were now sharing the same space.
Talking about those things were crucial because we would never have known what actually mattered to the other person had we not sat down to discuss it. Ultimately, we learned that none of our bickering was about the actual things we were fighting about, but rather it was about not feeling heard or appreciated. This allows us to feel heard and respected. Being direct about what you need can alleviate some of the miscommunication or stress in a given situation, too.
By letting them know ahead of time, we can maybe prevent those unnecessary disagreements brought on by a miscommunication. Work together with your partner to figure out how you can maintain healthy communication and stay on the same. Be as honest, direct, kind, and thoughtful as you can.
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