Looking at relationships

Looking at relationships

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  1. Did you ever notice that relationships biggest problems seem to be communication issues? Husbands, wives, best friends, mothers, fathers, sisters, and brothers, every one has communication issues. No one is open or honest any more. People don’t know how to take constructive criticism like they used too.

    Every day it seems like some one is judging some one else. But the end conclusion is all the same. “At the end of the day, every one just wants to be accepted for who they are.”

    There are too many guns and to many people dieing. I remember when I was young my dad used tell me about how they would go out back and take care of business, meaning at the most someone would get a black eye. The very next day or even hour, they would be best friends again. I don’t know about you but that’s the kind of world I want my kids to grow up in.

    There were always stories of husbands and wives being together from the beginning to the end. You rarely heard stories of multiple marriage and people being un-faithful. Marriage had real meaning, real love. I think that meaning of love is raising a family, doing what you believe in and believing in what you do.

    Have you ever sat down and wondered, “What happened”? I started asking myself that a couple of years ago when I had to take a good look at my friends and family. No one wanted to come together for holiday’s, they rarely ever spoke to each other. I started paying closer attention to what was going on. It was because of communication error. Almost everyone had an issue due to something some one else said or they thought they said.

    Hopefully this helps to remind us to be more patient and understanding when taking into consideration what some one meant when they said something. Clarification is a good way to stop from having future issues with loved ones. Don’t be afraid to ask and voice your opinion.


    Amanda Johnson

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