Not Feeling Understood in Your Relationship? You Might Be Communicating All Wrong

by Christal Fuentes

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RJS78a0eeAM&feature=youtu.be

Do you feel misunderstood in your relationship? Do you feel like your not really being heard? Or, are you having a hard time opening up your relationship?

We always hear “communication” is what sets the foundation of relationships but the problem is… We all actually believe we are communicating, we just happen to do it in completely different ways, and that’s a problem.

Well, only a problem if we don’t become aware of the way others like to communicate, especially our intimate partners.
As much as we might expect our partners, friends, peers, and family to communicate the same way as we do, they don’t and that’s totally OK, but I think we need to have some tools under our belts to help us right?

In today’s video, I am going to share with you some great ways to open your communication up with your significant other so that you can first, understand their style and communicate what you want effectively.

After this video, I want to hear some of the problems you’ve had with communicating with your partner. We love hearing from you!

Comment below!

XO,
Christal

Christal Fuentes

about the author

Christal Fuentes

Christal is the Founder of The Ladies Coach. She lives and breathes her belief which is that you can’t find fulfillment in life without mastering the art of relationships.

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Melanie SAYS:

This was very helpful! My boyfriend works a lot so it is hard for him to communicate so I’ll be the one that would start off the conversation but sometimes he won’t reply. I get frustrated but without blowing up I’ll explain my feelings but seems he is not getting it. How should I ask him so he will listen more to me ?

    Christal Fuentes SAYS:

    The problem isn’t that he’s not listening to you… He listens in different ways and he might even feel the same as you. You would both need to have a discussion about HOW you both feel seen, heard and understood… But not at a time where there’s conflict. Do it at a happy time and ask him how you can make him feel more loved that way he doesn’t feel you are nagging. XO

Danyelle SAYS:

Thank you, very helpful. Im going to give this a try? I will comment on results after I’ve asked these questions.

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