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Communicating Difficult Topics for Couples

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The ability to communicate effectively is especially important in difficult situations. Consider the following communication techniques when discussing difficult topics.

• Start the conversation early. People are more aware of the problem than you think. Solving the problem early makes it easier to maintain objectivity and self-control, prevents the problem from getting worse, and avoids frustration, tension, and misinformation.

• Discuss in private. Choose a time when you can speak in privacy without being overheard or interrupted.

• Prepare what you want to say and how you want to express it in advance. Describe the problem in detail and include specific instances of what you have seen and the effects they have had.

• Explore the other person’s perspectives, feelings and beliefs. This helps you understand how the other person sees the situation, allowing you to approach your problems from their perspective.

• Be honest and open about your feelings. Use expressions like “I’m afraid or worried,” “I’d like to,” and “I feel like I’d like to” to break up tense situations and make the other person more aware of your perspective.

• Be honest. It is essential to establish a relationship in which the other person feels free to ask questions, express feelings, and voice concerns.

• Listen. Knowing what the other person thinks or feels about a situation, as well as what he or she knows, can help you understand that other better and open up a dialogue.

• Be truthful. Address every concern and provide frank and honest facts. Integrity fosters trust.

· Be tolerant. Let the other person speak at their own pace, organize your thoughts and express your thoughts.

• Watch your steps. Take a break from the conversation if it turns hostile. Again, choose a starting time for the conversation and stick to it.

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