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    5 Things You Should Never Say to Your partner

    Say to Your partnerHave you ever spoken something and immediately wished you could take back the words that hung in the air?
    There are some things you should say to your husband that would bless your marriage, and others you should avoid.
    The following are five things you should never say to Your partner.

    1. “I make more money than you.”
    Take my advice. This argument will never get you anywhere good. It shouldn’t matter who makes more; you should both feel empowered and entitled because the money is both of yours equally. As a team, you are working together for a common purpose.

    2. “It’s your fault.”
    Assigning blame only takes us further into disagreement and isolation. Remember, you’re a team, and you can be part of the solution.

    Read Also: Why Japanese Families Have So few babies nowadays.

    3. “I hate you.”
    Be careful what you say in moments of passion/anger. Critical words are never helpful in fixing a problem. “You always…” or “you never…” are often spoken out of a place of pain. I used to do it, thinking that it would get my husband’s attention and let him know I needed him to change something. But instead of motivating him, it discouraged him from even hearing me or trying, since he felt like it was an unfair accusation. Here are some things to say during an argument instead.

    4. Nothing (silent treatment).
    The silent treatment is an immature way to communicate that you’re upset about something. There is a place to reserve your words when you feel like you are too emotional, but there’s a difference between silent treatment and holding your tongue. Once you have your emotions in check, pick a good time to communicate how you feel and why you feel this way. When it’s not done out of reaction, this will bring a positive outcome.

    5. Bring up the subject of divorce.

    When a marriage is going through a rough patch, it’s tempting to consider divorce as a remedy, even if it isn’t the best option.
    It’s not uncommon to look for a way out of a bad situation.
    It is, however, most commonly just a rough season that will pass if you stick with it and work it out.
    Never bring up the subject of divorce.
    You might come to regret threatening divorce.
    Here’s how to put together an anti-divorce agreement.

     

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