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15 Sept 2009 - Communication To Avert Conflict
Communication is essential for a marriage, or any relationship for that matter, to work. Without effective communication and conflict management, two people who have the best intentions for each other may still end up emotionally distant.
There was a story about a couple who was filing a divorce. The man filing the divorce told the lawyer that he just hated the breakfast meal that his wife often prepared for him. In response, the wife said that she only prepared the meal because she thought it was her husband’s favourite. Truth was, she hated doing it because it was so difficult to prepare! She endured the inconvenience out of love for her husband. It only came to such an ugly outcome because neither of them took the initiative to speak their minds.
Now why would people prefer to keep their complaints and criticisms to themselves? It’s because they do not want to be rejected. Most, people, if not all, would like to be accepted and to be perceived as likeable in the eyes of others. So can you get your message across without hurting their feelings?
You can start by substituting negative statements with positive ones. For example, instead of saying “You don’t understand,” say “Let me explain.” Instead of remarking “You’re wrong,” say “Allow me to clarify.” Instead of stating “You failed to say,” just mention “Perhaps this was not stated.”
There are certain words that affect a person more negatively in comparison with other words that have the same meaning. Nothing could be more pleasing to the ear than hearing someone else say that you are right. In this case, be prepared to let other people know that you respect their opinions. You may add your comments at the end, but acknowledge them first.
“You’re right, although...”
“Great sestion, however...”
“I agree with your opinion, however...”
“I would feel the same way if I were you, although...”
“I understand your situation, however...”
Reassure your counterpart that the decision made will benefit both parties. People need to feel that they have made the right choice.
Communication is a gift. Learn to use it wisely for the health of your relationships.
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this photo initially appears to be expressing all kinds of things it's not. firstly, there is no multiracial altercation going on here between ben and these two men, although it kinda looks like there is. you will note however that ben is wearing the beautiful all-linen sweater that i just finished for him. and he is dashing as all hell.
we are in the parking lot across from the place where we had to go get fingerprinted for homeland security/FBI clearance for our adoption. we had packed up bags with knitting and writing and books, expecting to spend most of the day here. we were finished in less than half an hour. it was the friendliest govermnent office i have ever been in in my entire life. and, as someone who filed all her own divorce papers without the help of a lawyer once, i have been in some unfriendly government offices.
as you see by my fingers, they don't put any ink on you anymore to get fingerprints taken. i wish i could have photographed the process but i didn't even bother to ask. they put windex or some spray on your fingers, and wipe them, and then put them on what looks like a supermarket scanner. they roll the finger from side to side to get a full, wide impression, which shows up on a screen. it's very interesting. i had never seen my prints so clearly before. ben told me that on one of his pinkies there is a very obvious, large X within his print.
we could not believe how fast and easy this was. THEN, due to the great timing, we ran into charles and camilla's motorcade leaving the four seasons for their tour of mantua (and if you are from philly, you know just how funny a juxtaposition that is.)
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