A strong relationship is an honest relationship, and no honest relationship is all peaches and cream.
Have enough courage to trust love one more time and always one more time.
Sometimes two people have to fall apart to realize how much they need to fall back together.
A successful relationship and marriage requires falling in love many times, always with the same person.
Today, no relationship is born perfect. You have to make it one with efforts and dedication. Let’s understand How to be More Honest in Your Relationships?
Honesty in a relationship means always telling your partner the truth and being totally open with them, both for the big things and the little things. Being honest means being your true self around your partner, never hiding who you are, what you think, or how you feel.
1.Mood: Notice the other person’s moods, and choose a time when they seem to be more comfortable and relaxed to convey your feelings.
2. Timing: Pay attention to timing. Choose a time when they are unrushed, aren’t under pressure, or following a tight schedule. Wrong timed conversation can be the Worst mistakes.
3. “You” matter: A relationship is a place where both the partners are equal. Don’t think yourself as an insignificant part or any less in the relationship. Remind yourself that your views, opinions, wishes, rights and feelings are equally important.
4. High and low: Every relationship has its own struggling and strengths. Expect there to be some highs and lows in your relationship, or things may NOT go exactly as you hope. That’s just normal in all relationships. It doesn’t indicate there’s a problem.
5. Follow your gut: Listen to your heart. Follow your intuition. Don’t only listen to the spoken words. Pay attention to your and your partner’s words. Listen and respond to the energy and emotions behind the words.
6. Stop assuming: Assumptions is the biggest problem in every relationship. Don’t jump to conclusions or let negative assumptions stop you from hearing what the other has to say or to twist their words or their intentions in some way. Have a open mind whenever you sit for a conversation.
7. Don’t be rude: There is a fine line between being honest and being rude. Speak your truth calmly and respectfully – and remember that you matter and deserve to have a voice but have no right to be rude to your partner.
Instead of finding flaws in your partner ask questions like:
“What do you need to see more of from me?”
“How can we understand each other better?”