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Do All Relationship Problems Stem From Poor Communication as claimed by relationship experts?
According to many relationship experts, all relationship problems stem from poor communication. Of course it sounds very logical that: "You can't communicate while you're checking your iPhone, watching TV, or flipping through the latest publication." This may or may not be truth in an unresolved relationship problem.
Here are some of the Relationship Problem-Solving Strategies that has been suggested by experts:
It has been said to make an actual appointment with each other. If you live together, put your cell phones on vibrate, if you have small children, put the kids to bed, and let voicemail pick up your calls.
Go to a public spot like the library, park, or restaurant where you'd be embarrassed if anyone saw you raise your voice and screaming.
Set up rules, not to interrupt until the other person is through speaking, and use derogatory phrases of accusations.
Show you're listening. Don’t involve or performing other chores during the meeting. Nod often for agreement and confirmation that you heard the message.
Even though those are well and excellent suggestions with the best intentions, it may or may not affect the relationship problems let alone resolve it. There must be more specific strengthening of the weaknesses associated with relationship problematic situations.
Relationship problems can always, without exception be resolved, through the increase of nonverbal communication, which is telepathic. If you don’t know much about how this resolves relationship problems immediately on the spot, you can ask Dr. Yuen, the founder of the Yuen Method, how this is done on his LIVE radio show.
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Don't Get Clooney-ed: 5 Non-Negotiables You Need to Discuss Early in Your Relationship
Every time George Clooney splits with his latest companion (sorry, Stacy Keibler!), we pretty much hear the same story: She wanted kids/marriage/more; he didn't. And we all think, God, wasn't that pretty obvious from the get-go?
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Can jealousy doom your relationship? Why is it considered tabot to be jealous at times? Why are women considered clingy or needy if they are jealous but men are being possessive? Jealousy is envy,covetousness. Resentment,bitterness, spite. Having suspicion,distrust/ mistrust, insecurity, anxiety. Being possessive or overprotective
Please join Dr. Bessie and mothers and daughters from around the World each Saturday morning at 10:00 AM for a stimulating conversation about mothers and their daughters. Our stimulating topic for today is: “How To Focus on Your Mother and Daughter Relationship!” You don't want to miss this show! So, call us at 347-539-5078 to listen to the show and click 1 to join the conversation. Call your mother and daughter friends and ask them to join us!
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Join us this Friday @ 8:00 PM for another exciting episode of Kingdom of God Ministries, teaching on Building Godly and Mature Relationships!! Tonight we will be discussing some of the warning/caution signs that believers should adhere to before entering into a relationship. Our scripture reading will be taken from 1Corinthians 15:33 Do not be mislead:"Bad Company corrupts good character."
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Today on Unspoken Words Robert continues to discuss the millennial culture & answer listeners relationship questions! When it comes to relationships there are so many different elements & getting different perspectives, ideas & hearing different experiences are important to finding out what works for you. In order to have better relationships, we need to have a better relationship with ourselves. Finding out who we are & knowing ourselves is key to making better relationship decisions & realizing what works for us & what doesn't. You can't discuss the issues of the millennial generation and not understand how we relate & communicate with each other. So join Robert today as he discusses these issues and continue to send in your questions, comments and feedback!
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