Have you found yourself not fully understanding and communicating well with your partner.
Giving someone a second chance is scary. Once you accept an apology, you must decide if you want to give them another chance. What if giving them a second chance results in the same outcome? We all deal with conflicts differently. Sooner or later, we learn from our personal experiences and gain the ability to not only move on but to forgive others.
It's 2020. What. the. fuck? Never mind all of the crazy happening out there. It's the turn of a new decade and I'm about to turn 30 this year. Jesus Christ. Do you remember how no one told you to expect anything of life past entering College or University? You don't? News flash, it's cause they said zip. Nada. Nothing. Now, I'm not one of those younguns' who are sad to turn 30. On the contrary, I'm excited! I'm just here to remind y'all that shit ain't never gonna be figured out. (I'm not from the South, but fuck it let's roll with the written accent).
Developing practical communication skills is not the easiest thing to do, especially if you do not know how to do self-improvement in general. Improving existing contact capabilities and developing practical communication skills are incredibly positive steps for anyone. Advancement of one's communication abilities, at home and work, will positively benefit, including positive enjoyment and increased productivity. Strong interactions increase trust and understanding, both creating more lasting and rewarding relationships with those around you.
Effective communication is essential for all relationships, whether that relationship is between a boss and an employee, a parent and child, a husband and wife, or friends. When people are not able to communicate clearly with each other, it can hurt misunderstandings, confusion, feelings, and walls can be built that can destroy trust and mutual respect in relationships.
I have been dating my boyfriend for 10 months now, however some would say its been more like 2 years, but more on that later. Communication is something him and I both struggle with in general and with each other. Starting the deep conversations is the main struggle.
01. You tell your girl what to Wear
Before this goes too deep, let me just ask this...what is your purpose in life? Is your intention to use the person you front to the world you love, or is it really to take your place in the world and live your life to the fullest? If you think I'm talking about you, look at it this way: I'm talking to you, about you—no need to talk behind your back.
No matter how amazing of a guy you think you are, no matter how highly you rank yourself on the list of ‘Best Boyfriends Ever’, the thing you’re bound to slip on is giving out compliments. Everyone may think that this is solely because girls are picky, well yes, they are picky and most of them do tend to be overly sensitive but to say that it’s only their fault is unfair.
Before I start, let me say that I can possibly be giving horrible advice on this one, so read it carefully and apply it to your life IF you see fit. Remember, I’m telling my story, so don’t judge me too hard. I’d love to hear your thoughts…..