The #1 Reason Couple Split up is due to Poor Communication

The trick to sucking the life out of your relationship along with all its benefits is in how poorly you and your spouse communicate.


Lifestyle website polled 100 mental health professionals and found that communication problems was cited as the most common factor that leads to divorce (65 percent), followed by couples’ inability to resolve conflict (43 percent).

A professor emeritus from the University of Washington who’s conducted research on couple behavior for 40 years — has suggested that there are four types of communication problems that can lead to divorce, breakup or ruin any relationship: criticism of partners’ personality, contempt, defensiveness, and stonewalling (the refusal to communicate at all).

In my own opinion, I think if you found/find someone who is worth fighting for; someone who treats you right and respects you, then try your best to keep the communication flow as best as you can. Talk about anything and everything, because it is only through that ,you will get past the weirdness and the doubts.

One sign of poor communication in your relationship that you should consider:

Not Listening
This is one of the most obvious signs of poor communication in every relationship. The fact that someone always cuts off their partner every time they speak, can make the other person seem less important; they may think that their opinions and their thoughts are insignificant. Just try to improve your listening skills and always try to understand what your partner is telling you because this is one of the best ways to prevent any misunderstanding.

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