May 18, 2013
“Close Relationships Sometimes Mask poor Communication”
In my opinion, I think that after reading this article, it makes me wonder how some spouses do not have the same wavelength as their partners. I have been with my partner for twenty some years now and we both know what each other is thinking, I can finish his sentences before they even come out of his mouth. I have the best man in the world because anytime I am feeling down, he always knows how to pick me up, he will go out and pick me some flowers just to get me in a better mood. I remember one time when I was sick, he did everything from making me something to eat to bringing me a hot cup of tea with honey and lemon in it. I love him so much! I don't know what I would do without him! According to this article, I disagree with it because relationships are very strong if you know how to make them work. According to Kenneth Savitsky, a professor of psychology at Williams College in Williamstown, Massachusetts states “Some couples may indeed be on the same wavelength, but may be not as much as they think. You get rushed and preoccupied, and you stop taking the perspective of the other person, precisely because the two of you are so close.” I am on the same wavelength as my man, so I disagree with Savitsky because I know my man inside and out and I do not need some study to say anything against my relationship. Having a close relationship like mine only happens once in a lifetime. I always hear my friends say “ I can't believe that you guys are still together!” I met my man in high school, and we have been together ever since so, true love does happen. I have such a great close relationship with my man that when we get up in the morning, we have a routine to sit and have breakfast together, then we
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