Silence- A Relationship Killer

                                      “Spiteful words can hurt your feelings but silence breaks your heart.”

When some relationships come to an end, it sometimes feels like it died a mysterious death! But there is no mystery to the death of some of relationships, thankfully.

It dies due to many reasons and one of the main reasons is silence. Relationship is all about companionship and being always there for each other.

The more you talk to each other, the more you feel connected. Also, it helps you know each other better.

Every relationship has to go through some gloomy days. After all, Life is not a bed of roses. But keeping quiet and not discussing the issue is not a solution.

Learn to speak up, speak your heart out. Show who you really are, what your true feelings are, have those long and deep conversations. Don’t just let you relationship/marriage end because of petty things. If your partner is the right person to be with till end, he will accept you for who you are and will never let you down.

We know live in a world where everybody is busy with their work etc but know your priorities and just try to be in touch all the time. It doesn’t always take a long romantic message to get connected. Just a simple short happy message is sometimes enough to keep your partner happy and this is how you make them miss you more.

Always try to keep your relationship/marriage at the first place, do not get involved so much in the world that you start to forget about the most important person in your life. Whatever may be the situation, be always a true friend for each other.

Your relationship needs to be nurtured to survive. Even if things are generally okay, don’t let it cast a fog over unmet needs or pain points. This risks not only a buildup of resentment, but worse, the slow death of your relationship.

So speak up. Start small. It will be uncomfortable to break the silence in your marriage, but the resulting emotional connection will be well worth it.

If you are unsure how to initiate a more honest conversation with your partner, seek a couple’s therapist to help. Think of this as a relationship check-up in the same way you take your car to be serviced or have an annual check-up with your primary care doctor.

Communication to a relationship is like oxygen to life. Without it…it dies

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