When partners don't even bother listening to the other side, the gap widens and relationships get sour. Soon you will be feeling deep frustration, loneliness and other negative emotions that are difficult to vent off. You can be easily tempted to fight fire with fire and challenge your partner, but this will only make the situation much worse.
It does not have to be this way...
- If he could know that each dispute is not necessarily a challenge to the whole relationship, but a request for understanding and recognition from you!
- If he could understand that resisting his impulse to escape or shout back, and being there for you....is the best way to get the problem solved and have both of you in a better situation, on the same page;
If he could listen every word you say, and then use them to validate that he got the whole version from you, or to ask if there is something else that escaped his understanding, making sure that both of you agree on what the problem is.
That he could even apologize, by saying things like, "I've been such a selfish person. Please, forgive me; I don't want to be that person anymore, because I don't want to hurt you anymore." And mean it.
Will this Change Your Marriage, and so Change Your Life?
If your answer is Yes!... Here is HOW!
Recognizing that passive aggressive behaviour prevents healthy communication, is the first step. But recognition alone won't fix the problems: Identifying and applying more respectful communication styles to your marriage is the key to really transform your relationship. Unfortunately, doing this on your own, without a clear, step by step guide, is not easy,
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