Communication Skills Are Necessary for Strong
Relationships. Has anyone ever told you that statement?
Chances are you have heard it more than one time. Do you
know why? Because it is very true. In order to have a great
relationship, especially a marriage, it is going to take
communication. This does not mean communicate only one time
a week. As we continue, we are going to delve deeper into
In those early relationships, those poor communication
problems will go unnoticed. At this point, the attention
will be pointing towards those physical aspects as well as
Have you paid attention to what experts have said lately
about this matter? In order to build a strong relationship
that will last a long time, you will need to talk to your
It is true that the men of the world have always found it
hard to talk to their partner and there is no denying this.
Yeah, you have some men out there that are great at
communicating, but others are not so great.
Since those prehistoric times, men have been looked at as
being that silent, strong type who is there in order to get
things done. Men believe that they are showing signs of
weakness whenever they express their feelings.
When it comes to women, many of them do not have a problem
with telling everyone how they feel. They wish their men
could be able to be like them and when they are not able to
talk things out, they feel as if they are not appreciated.
In fact, when a woman sees a man that is not able to
express himself, she will not get involved with him.
Whatever you do, as you are in a relationship, you will
need to remember that communication skills are necessary
for strong relationships. Trust and love are also two of
the other very important things.
“Unfortunately, many people in relationships fail to ask
life’s most important questions prior to getting married.
Many, if not most, of these relationships will end in
divorce. Be sure you ask the right questions and know your
partner as intimately as possible before things get too
To be listened to is, generally speaking, a nearly unique
experience for most people. It is enormously stimulating.
It is small wonder that people who have been demanding all
their lives to be heard so often fall speechless when
confronted with one who gravely agrees to lend an ear.
Man clamors for the freedom to express himself and for
knowing that he counts. But once offered these conditions,
he becomes frigthened.
~ Robert C. Murphy
Christopher “Doc” Reid