Get Back Your Ex - Do Not Avoid Communication

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When we say communication is essential and part of being in a relationship together, we take for granted that it is something natural we must do. We accept that when couples live together, they are supposed to take the burden of everyday life together, and no matter what, you do it as a team and talk about your issues. So why are the majority of breakups through a lack of this communication? Even after a breakup and one of you is looking to get back your ex, there is still this communication problem. Why do people find this a big hurdle to overcome?

Well it depends obviously on the couples in question but look at it objectively. When couples first meet, there is a massive amount of communication. Hours are spent on the phone "chatting each other up", laughing and joking together. Every opportunity is met to spend time with each other and talk for hours. So it is not like we are not capable of communicating, we are. For some reason, after time, it seems to lose the importance. It is almost like we have gotten to know everything we need and now there is nothing else left to say!

This lack of communication can lead to a serious problem in relationships. It becomes a frustrating experience for both parties. The key to communicating is by simply being honest with each other. If something is upsetting one of you, sit down and talk about it. Your partner is not your enemy, but they will become the enemy if they feel closed out. When lack of communication is occurring, it can almost feel like one is keeping secrets from the other, or they start to believe the problem is with them. If it goes too far itcan lead to you separating and it will be very difficult to get your ex back after this.

Of course, it is very easy to say "just sit down and get it out in the open" and we know sometimes it can prove to be a difficult task. The easy solution is to take a little private time, realise what it is you need to say, have a structure and talk about things in a logical order. If you fail to do this, during the discussion you can get lost in yourself, leading to frustration, then an argument.

There is a clear difference between communication and arguments. Learn how to communicate and your relationship will prosper!!

Chris Towers is a British born author originally from Manchester UK. He now dedicates his time with his team to helping people who are sufferering from relationship problems and / or have suffered a break up or separation. You can see his website and information to get your ex back at


http://www.Win-Back-Your-Ex-partner.com

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