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Friday, December 6, 2013

Ways to Communicate with Respect

What does a respectful living look like? Here are 25 ways you can communicate respect to your spouse without uttering a word.
    Choose Joy
    It’s true: A happy wife makes a happy life. Please don’t use moodiness as an attempt to manipulate your man, but in all things rejoice, because that’s the right thing to do. (1 Thessaonians 5:16; Philippians 4:4)
    Honor His Wishes
    Give weight to what your husband thinks is important. Make those things a priority that matter most to him, whether it’s having dinner

Sunday, March 3, 2013

Eleven Best Ingredients for Better Communication

Your goal in communicating is not winning, it is knowing and understanding each other.

Here are some tips to help you move from "gabbing" to really connecting through your conversations.
1. Realize that no one "wins" an argument. If you don't leave a discussion with a possible solution to the problem, then neither party has been successful.
2. Compromise is an essential tool to solving problems through

Tuesday, January 10, 2012

How Should We Listen?

The most important part of communication is listening. We should understand the presence of  our two ears and one mouth, we have to listen carefully. We have to yield, submit, and accept in the process of communicating. Do not insist on reason and ideas, because you will have the opposite which is resistance and refusal. Learn the different process of communicating, practice it and then carefully implement.

Here are some possible way to improve your listening skill;

  1. Stay quite; while others are talking, listen carefully.
  2. Nod or say yes; if you get it.
  3. Smile, to show your appreciation.
  4. Look at his eyes and not on anything else.
  5. Reach out after your agreement.
  6. Have some touch to let them feel your sympathy.
  7. Recognize and appreciate for the information you have learn and earn.

Monday, December 19, 2011

Communication that Imparts Love.

Communication, the art of relating, saying what we feel and mean. It is the easiest process to connect and share, listening and understanding what others will say to be sure that we have heard and get his message accurately.
The development of communication system in our time enables man on earth to relate with other man in the moon. But it is sad that mother can't talk and understand her daughter, father can't guide and get the opinion of his son, some culture won't accept other culture, labor can't reach the management, and democracy can't grasp the  demand of our fellow who idealize communism.
How can love be imparted through communication when we seldom talk about it? It is very rare that we discuss about it, we discuss business, life of other people, our goals, and what happen to our place and in other places. But we don't talk about love that connects the relation. In a relationship, blood or friendship, the aspect about love often disregarded. Sometimes, we give more value and time to our pets and things compared to relationship we have to our fellow.

Thursday, October 20, 2011

Communication is Love Indicators

One of the greatest complaints among the young today is that though they are given so much in terms of objects, money, and physical comforts, they feel deprived of close communication. They miss the type of talk which helps them to hear their own voices, discover their own resources, make their own mistakes and seek their own solutions in a supporting environment. They often feel that true communication between themselves and those they love is, if offered at all, of limited value.

A sensitive student of mine came to see me regarding a very personal problem. When I suggested that she discuss this with her parents she told me she never could, that they would never understand. i persuaded her to


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