Relationship Problems – Communication Breakdown

Is communication with your partner getting harder?

relationship problems- communication breakdown

If you are experiencing relationship problems it’s very likely that a confusion in communication is at the root of the problem.

Your partner could be left with the wrong impression of you, and you’ll never know until it’s too late. As soon as your partner starts attaching bad feelings to you, it’s time to take action, because things can get out of hand fast for all the wrong reasons.

Men and women are totally different in the way they view the world and their relationship, so understanding the meaning behind their words is critical.

When someone speaks, what happens is you respond to them based on your interpretation of what they said. What you are hearing is not what they are thinking when they communicated those words. So a distortion of the meaning is highly likely.

Arguments are very often the fault of a loss of meaning in the translation.

What we do is we make up a assumption of the meaning and argue about the translation of the words rather than the actual intention.

Arguments can go round in circles like this as an interpretation of words is thrown back and forth and then denied… “…NO!… That’s not what I said!” “… YES IT WAS!”

If you want to understand what your partner is communicating try to get more information before you respond emotionally.

Get specifics from them about their meaning and discover their intentions behind their words, very often you will discover that the intentions are good and not what you initially thought.

Clear communication and understanding is critical to any relationship

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