Communication Is Key: Keep Talking In Your Relationship

Whatever stage you’re at with your other half, it’s crucial to the longevity, success, and happiness within your relationship, to ensure that communication is a priority. It can be easy to get into a routine of not speaking-up when things matter, to avoid possible conflict, or an argument. Or, one partner can be more vocal than the other, which can sometimes lead to them remaining quiet, or bottling things-up. While this might work for a while, in the long run; it’ll lead to unhappiness, arguments, and often, a major confrontation when all the issues are unloaded at once. Great communication is key to anybody’s wellbeing and happiness; therefore, it should be a priority within the relationship you have with your other half. As a partnership, you’ll want to feel like you’re both able to feel at ease to be yourself, and address anything, as soon as it arises.

So, maybe it’s time to take a deep breath, and sit down with your loved-one so that you can go over how to improve things. It doesn’t have to be something to dread, quite the opposite; a couple’s communication can be positive for the majority of the time. And you’re more likely to enjoy these positive moments together, if you’ve dealt with the negatives quickly and effectively. And, there’ll always be negatives to address; you’re both human, after all. It could just be the greatest thing you’ll ever do for both you and your partner. The following are some ideas and inspiration for those who feel like they need to boost the communication they have within their relationship so that they can work on building a strong and happy partnership for the years ahead.

Including Them Is Crucial

You can’t expect a relationship to ever feel like a true partnership if one, or both, people don’t feel like they’re part of a team. There’s strength to be found in having each other’s back, joint decision making on big and little things, and listening to, and giving advice and opinions. Therefore, it’s vital that you make these things a regular part of your relationship, even if it doesn’t come naturally or you find it a little difficult at first, the more you do it, the quicker things will improve. You’ll be a powerful force, and each of you will feel equal and appreciated. There are countless ways to ensure that your other half feels included in things. Don’t just storm ahead with decisions; talk it through and hear what they have to say first. Obviously, if you want to find the right engagement ring for your partner, or plan a surprise of any kind; you’ll need to keep it under wraps. However, putting thought and effort into these kinds of things shows that their feelings and reaction was at the forefront of your mind.

Check-In On One Another

It sounds so simple, but it’s worth thinking about how often you check-in on each other as a couple. It can be easy to get swept-up with your career, social, household, and family commitments, and forget to see how your partner is doing with all of theirs. You’ll likely share a lot of those commitments together, so that makes them a great place to start. A loving message on a lunch break, or a cup of coffee and a chat on a weekend morning, can go a long way to taking care of somebody’s wellbeing; including your own. Therefore, it’s time to make those little messages, questions, and calls, a habit. And, it’s also worth scheduling-in some quality time to talk and catch-up on your day or week, regularly. It’ll be a chance for you to share your feelings regarding everything, not just directly about your relationship. This will help you both better understand what the other is dealing with, and offer help and advice, or just be there to listen. This is a great way to become each other’s rock, and the person they turn to.

Let The Past Go

As a couple who has been together for any amount of time, you’re bound to have said and done things to each other, that have caused upset. However, holding on to these things, and bringing them up every time you have a disagreement, will ensure that you’re constantly stuck in an unhealthy place for your relationship. Learning the art of letting go and moving forward will give you a fresh, clean, and positive outlook on your future together. And, your communication will never be tainted by what’s happened beforehand. Now, go send them a message!

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Raymond is a Mental Health activist and cryptocurrency enthusiast. He fuels his activism by taking to the web and trying to create core change in the way people interact. As an ex-Community​ Manager, Raymond has a unique approach to communication and relationships and believes the way forward in life is improving the interactions between one another. Raymond started his blogging activities as a way to heal from a chequered past, and through this, his blog has become something far more empowering than he ever imagined. And thus, The Relationship Blogger Magazine was born.

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