We get this question all the time: “How can I be a better husband/wife?” There are certain habits we have as individuals that can cause ongoing conflict in relationships. Sometimes this manifests in the form of constant arguments, passive aggression, or even growing apart. But before it gets to the latter stage there are steps […]
What type of communicator are you?
This is good. Whether you often leave a discussion with your significant other feeling guilty or they constantly tell you that you’re not listening to what they’re saying, you’ve decided to take the steps to improve your communication. But before you can better yourself it’s important to really understand the areas you struggle with the most.
“In order to carry a positive action, we must develop here a positive vision.” –Dalai Lama
No, those people who look into the mirror every day and tell themselves aloud they will be successful aren’t crazy—they’re driven. Despite tough circumstances, pushing positivity into the atmosphere surrounding them leads to more change than focusing on negativity.
“I put my foot in my mouth.”
“We got our wires crossed.”
“I heard through the grapevine….”
You certainly don’t want these phrases being said consistently throughout your relationship. Believe it or not, it can actually make or break your relationship. Constant miscommunication or lack of communication can make room for bitterness, confusion and resentment to enter your relationship. Not the type of words you want associated with you and your partner right?