Often times you know what you're thinking or trying to say - that doesn't mean your spouse understands. Before communicating consider your spouse's train of thought and then proceed. Big picture person? Give as much detail as possible. Goal oriented? Include an end game. Not looking for feedback - lead with that statement. Last but not least, don't be afraid to ask what was understood or for their take- away from the conversation. Doing so ensures your message was received and understood and fosters healthy communication.
I'm honored to be featured at @flourishingtoday for the Salt & Light #linkup this week. Thank you, Alisa! ・・・
The Salt & Light Linkup is open and boy do I have an amazing post for you today!
I'm featuring @rebekahmhallberg And we're talking Marriage. •She gives us some deep insights into why and how to protect our marriages from attacks from the enemy. •
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Lol she said he was to nice and that she was waiting on the punch and kicking from him after he told her he loved her.....smh i got told that i was "to nice" plenty of times, but she wanna get beat up #relationships#marriage#domesticviolenceisntlove