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Communication In A Relationship Kyon Ki Baat-cheet Bhi Zaruri Hai

Communication In A Relationship Kyon Ki Baat-cheet Bhi Zaruri Hai

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Though a comforting silence is what a “real” connection sounds like when it comes to expressing, communication in a relationship sounds inescapable. Language is here to stay! Deal with it!

 

 

But chew this fact-food: communication is a skill. This will help you in all sorts of relationships! So, open up your ears as we give you the following 7 ways to handle communication in a relationship:

 

 

1) GOING BEYOND THE TRIVIAL

Communication in a relationship is all about sharing and creating. What you both have in silence might be spiritual. Words become a medium to express, build and manifest. They are an easy means to connect to the person in other realms, physical and mental. Words are the means to engross in your past, present and future. It becomes a medium to comfort, confront, confide and confess.

 

 

2) IDENTIFY YOUR COMMUNICATION STYLES

There are four main communication styles: passive, aggressive, passive-aggressive and assertive. So, you both can begin by figuring out your style and then steadily work your way through.

 

3) DISCOVER THE SIX HUMAN NEEDS

All people have six fundamental needs that each one places in varying order. You both can begin by communicating your order with the other person. This will help you both to understand each other and strengthen your bond.

 

 

4) ARE YOUR NEEDS BEING MET

Asking the right questions and listening deeply to the answers is how partners satisfy each other. Consider what your partner says, and if you do not get what they mean, ask them by reiterating their point. Take time. Communication in a relationship is often not about verbal communication – it is about listening to our partner.

 

 

5) BE HONEST AND OPEN

Communication in a relationship is improved by being honest and open. Expressing your feelings and needs clearly is a blessing. Trying to avoid conflicts may feel safe and comfortable but is not a substitute for trust in a relationship. In fact, in most cases, avoidance or delaying the issue becomes the main reason behind breakup or divorce.

 

 

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6) BE PRESENT IN YOUR RELATIONSHIP

Be present when communicating with your partner to gain a deeper understanding of what they are saying. Devote time and energy. Remember, it is not much about what you are meditating about but the “object” you are meditating on. If you are not focused while your partner opens up to you, you both will go nowhere. Thus, being present is at the core of communication in a relationship.

 

 

7) LET THINGS GO

Let’s not rehash everything that has gone wrong in the past between you and your partner. As said before, it is trivial and not what we wish to meditate on. Thus, ineffective. Analyze the current situation and determine what you can do about this. Remember why you’re here and that your goal is to improve your relationship, build intimacy and learn how to communicate better. Right now, neither of you can do anything about the past, so let it go.

 

 

A happy, healthy relationship depends on communication. Since you spend most of your time with your partner, you are more likely to have misunderstandings and conflicts. If each argument is about the same issue- it might be toxic. But if you both are dealing with something new every time, then cheer up. You both are growing together. You both are communicating!

 

 

That said, every couple is different. What are your ways to conduct or handle communication in a relationship?

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