Good communication is a must in any relationship, but I think it’s safe to say that bad communication can destroy a marriage very, very quickly.
To make your marriage work, you’ve got to have good communication.
But what does that look like?
Here’s today’s Love Logistic Tip
Good communication involves multiple facets and must be practiced every day.
What are some of these facets I’m talking about? Let’s take a look at just a few:
1) Good communication involves listening. We’ve already talked about this a bit in an earlier post, but it bears repeating. Listen, listen, listen!
2) Good communication involves talking, too. It’s easy to stuff our feelings down at times and not express them. But this doesn’t do anyone any good. Express how you feel to your spouse.
3) Good communication involves NOT making assumptions. Boy, I’ve been guilty of this! I assume something about my spouse (usually a false assumption), and when I don’t ask about it, our communication goes down the drain.
What can you do today to implement better communication in your marriage?