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January 25, 2009

One of the biggest things I’ve learned in marriage is the power communication. I can remember sitting in premarital counseling with my wife and one of the biggest things the pastor  talked about was communication. Both my wife and I strive towards this goal of having great communication. We have been married four and half years now and I believe that we have done a good job of this. But as always there are things that can be approved on…

Communication is key, but communicating expectations is better.

Let me give you and example: Say that you and your wife/ husband have an argument. Like all arguments, it ends and then you begin to communicate  what caused the situation. Things will then begin to smooth themselves over as the communication lines are opened.

But when you communicate expectations you can almost all the time avoid the argument or disagreement. When a couple knows each other’s expectations, whenever those are communicated, then there will be no arguments.

Try it.

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