Posts Tagged ‘talking’

Last week I read this article about communication and how lack of communication causes major issues in relationships. I must completely and utterly agree with this statement. If my (friend, partner, wife, girlfriend) does not know how I feel, what I need, and what I want my life to look like in the next three to five years. It’s really amazing how many couples go weeks before they have a moment to discuss these three questions.

What kind of motion does this question really bring to the table? Consider this for a second. If my partner does not know how I feel today, then my irritated state of mind might offend her and she will have no idea why I snapped. Furthermore, if I don’t know what my partner is thinking about, I cannot help her through her hard times. There are specific’s about these questions that requires attention from both couples. The second question in particular. What you need as a person should be expressed so your partner and you are on the same page. The problem arises and deepens when your partner does not know what you are expecting of her. Same applies for women that expect certain stuff out of their man. Expectation brings responsibilities and what I have seen so far in life, most people are not responsible. That were we get fights, breakups, and approximately 55% divorce rate in the United States. The lack of communication causes issues in the relation and creates problems. The last question  focuses on your higher motives in life. Where you want your life to be simply address your goals and dreams. For example, if your wife has a goal of opening up a small flower shop in the next five years, and you know this. This will help you both to stay motivated with the financing, show how much you care, and can allow you to discover how well you work together. A couple that work well together can go beyond the petty daily discussions and become something more.

Communication is the key to success I read once. We as people should do a better job communicating our thoughts, feelings, and ideas. It’s how others know what we want, and prove to us how they can be the people we need them to be.

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