Communication in relationships.


Posted on Tuesday, July 28, 2020


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When a relationship is in its early phases we are cautious about what we let out


When a relationship is new people tend be cautious. We sensor our words, our actions and work towards creating a positive image before our spouses. As the relationship grows we tend to become comfortable and our true nature reveals itself.  Once the relationship has officially kicked you start taking note of your significant other’s wrongs. The two of you snap back from the romance phase and reality checks in.

Arguments and fights may start becoming so very frequent. Choosing the right words whenever you want to communicate is important. Benjamin Zulu a relationship’s counsellor spoke to Joyce Omondi on Switch TV’s breakfast show Full Circle, Zulu noted that even the tone used when addressing each other is important.

ces are crucial in our day to day interactions with each other. It is important for one to deal with childhood traumas and past experiences that had negative impacts on you.


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Knowing what to say, when to say it and how to say it while in a relationship is wisedom


 Benjamin also noted that the issue of communication is highly dependent how one says something. He said that past experiences are crucial in our day to day interactions with each other. It is important for one to deal with childhood traumas and past experiences that had negative impacts on you.

Though honesty is a big and important constituents of a healthy relationship. Responding to a viewer, he said that you need to measure the things to speak about your past. Zulu emphasized on the importance of wisdom. Do not be so open about everything about you. Choose the things that your spouse or partner can handle. The main question to ask yourself is what level of openness can your partner take in. The information you give to your partner, commands the respect and trust your partner is willing to give to.

A healthy relationship is important to the well-being of a person. Making sure that communication between you and your partner is healthy is key to having a healthy relationship. Choosing what to say, how to say it and when to say it is paramount.


Author: Joan Wangari

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