If You Can Talk About It, You Can Manage It.

Have you lied to someone you love? Is it hard to talk about things that bother you or things that you left in your past?

Communication is so big when your dealing with other people. It can make or break any kind of relationship because, it is a key role.

The biggest thing in relationships is being able to manage whatever is thrown your way. It doesn’t matter what type of relationship it is whether it’s between parent and child, a couple, or even a friendship. But, to be able to coexist and manage communication correctly with each other allows comprehension and trust to be gained.

You can’t go through a relationship thinking “oh it was just a little white lie” or “It was in my past so it doesn’t matter now” you have to think of how your words and choices will affect the other person in the relationship. For example if you lie to your sister because you don’t want her to know something. If she were to find out she would be hurt, mad, and even lose trust in you all because you didn’t tell the truth. Or if you had multiple sexual partners in the past but didn’t tell your current partner Because “It was in your past”. That could affect them negatively.

To just be honest and talk and communicate what’s going on in that moment is huge. It can be discussed and taken into consideration for your decisions and help others understand who you are. If you can bring it up you can manage the situation. no matter the situation.

Married Life

“Your kids need YOU to be happy with each other BEFORE you can be happy with them”

Nobody wants to argue and fight in front of their kids or be a broken family. You must be able to communicate and comprehend each other to live happily amongst each other. If you’ve ever heard of the saying “If one persons not happy then no-one is” it really is true.

Your kids can see if their parents are not happy with each other and it has a domino affect on everyone in the household. As parents we have to set good examples of a healthy relationship between each other whether it is in marriage, partnership, or co-parenting. To be happy with each other sets the foundation for your children to understand and be happy as well.

How can you put on a fake smile and attempt to give your all for your kids if you can’t even be happy as parents? Kids see this and they know when something is wrong. As a two parent household or co-parenting, if you are not together, whatever you say, do, and feel towards each other reflects on your children.

Let’s Talk it Out

-Whats your marital issues?

-Does it effect your children?

-Are you willing to make your situation better?

Let me know in the comments below.