March 20, 2020 3 min read
Throughout an individual’s daily routine, he or she is constantly communicating with others, whether it is with their child, husband, boss, friend, etc. There are various types of communication such as verbal, nonverbal communication (body language), sign language, etc.
Communication also plays an intricate function in marriages. Many researchers have found that communication problems have been the cause of couples entering into therapy. Relationships can be impacted either negatively or positively through communication. You need communication to express thoughts, wants, needs, etc. Lack of communication could lead to many arguments which ultimately could hurt your relationship. Ineffective communication causes misunderstanding which can result in frustration, angry, unmet desires or needs, and it plays a major role in marital and family problems. There is much to say about the complexities of communication and marital satisfaction. This is because although many people believe they are communicating with one another the question lies: Are they really getting their message across to the person they are communicating too?
Ineffective communication could be classified as:
Some characteristics of effective communication could be classified as:
Effective communication is important in all areas of life. Here are some things to keep in mind when trying to maintain a healthy relationship.
How we communicate is very important…….Therefore, we want to be aware of how we can improve.