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does anyone else have trouble with communicatng how they feel to a loved one?




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      Suzann wrote Oct 14, 2010
    • Generally not, but it does take “two to tango.” The other person, say a spouse, has to be open to hearing what we have to say. If he’s closed off, that’s a real problem.




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      Cheekymonkey wrote Oct 14, 2010
    • heart sometimes. It depends on the subject. Some of them I might just have to think on abit more but we always will talk on it . Just somethings take more thinking. If you need to think on it abit longer thats fine but always talk about whatever u need to otherwise u might start resenting things.heart




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      Denise Richardson wrote Oct 14, 2010
    • Its hard for me to convey certain things to my husband especially whe nit deals with ministry because he is not on that level with me and I know he sometimes pretends to understand what I’m saying.




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      Cathie Beck wrote Oct 14, 2010
    • Yes. I am a good communicator, I know language and how to use words in a caring and non confrontational ways, but I have no control over how it’s received. I will yield if my principals and morals aren’t compromised, but have found the past year that that can be mistakenly preceived as weakness. And that causes problems communicating with some.

      Cathie




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      Hotflash wrote Oct 14, 2010
    • Not really, with loved ones, I can show my love and concern with no problem. Some of my loved ones are more sensitive to criticism and I try not to offer my opinion unless it is requested (and that is tough!)




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