Marriage and Communication

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Communication and Marriage

Do you know that the majority of couples engage in meaningful conversations approximately fifteen minutes out of the week? Married couple’s marriage would be a success if the communications towards one another were strong. Being married takes commitment compromising and oral communication skills. Both parties have to share to each other one another feelings and thoughts to know each other wants and needs. The perfect love goes wrong by lack of communication in any relationship which leads to failure. Married couple should not only be lovers but also friends. How could you be lovers when you can’t even be friends? How do you expect a successful relationship when you throw the friendship out the door and shun one another? A friend is a person attached to another by feelings of affection or personal regard. Remember that’s where it all begun before it elevated to the next step which is marriage. We all know relationships grow along with additional members. We become parents so it’s no longer one and one time with one another. You have to focus on being parents, however to keep the communication flaming engage yourself in family activities. Do household chores together, take a walk around the block or perhaps take a long drive out of the city drive in the country side have a picnic. Most of all ask how each other day was. That is one of the first steps of acknowledging your partner and the beginning of a conversation. Being married is a two way street where two individuals loves, respect, and honor one another feeling. The beginning of bad communication between spouses is when one spouse is dominating the conversation. Not only does the spouse have to dominate the conversation, but also neglects to listen to the conversation are bad communication. Bad communication does not necessarily have to not listening but also facial gestures, lack of eye contact, and disengaged body language. The emotional intelligence (EI) is the...
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