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Relationship: Find Out The “3-Word” That Are Slowly Killing Yours

If you use these 3 words, you are slowly killing your relationship.

Relationship: Find Out The "3-Word" That Are Slowly Killing Yours




These are the 3 words that kill a relationship without you knowing. We often times just blurt these words out without consideration for their consequences. They’re more like an automatic response and we don’t even realize we’re saying them, but when we do, we are slowly killing our relationship.

Want to know how these three words are doing such damage? Here are three ways they put your relationship to death.

  1. There’s No Room For The Conversation To GrowCommunication is one of the key elements in any relationship which is why being so general with your statements is a no-no as it cuts the conversation short before it can really begin. If you are “fine” with not really talking at all, go ahead and take this approach but if you’re interested in having more profound conversations, your answers should leave room for growth.
  2. You’re Not Really “Fine”We all know that you are not really fine and saying that you are creates room for doubt. If you are not really “fine”, say it. If everything is not “good”, say it. Stop saying such general things, and start talking about the real stuff. Have conversations that talk about your feelings if need be. If you don’t share yourself, your partner can’t attempt to understand what’s really going on with you. And saying you are fine all the time will definitely make things worse as the days go by.
  3. You’re Creating Bad Communication Habits

    If you keep creating doubt with you generality, there’s really no room for growth in your conversations and you’re closing yourself off to your partner. Without even realizing it, you make your partner dismiss interest in you, and you’re giving him or her an informal training to not ask about your feelings.

    These three phrases are slowly eating away at your relationship, but you can make an attempt to start communicating effectively.

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Dear boo or bae, you need to stop generalizing all that happens to you. Share your day which will definitely include the good, bad and sometimes ugly with your partner. Share your thoughts and your feelings about whatever it is that you’re going through.

Building your relationship and communicating effectively is all in the details. You must be more aware and careful of how you say things, or one day, you’ll find out that you have stopped communicating with each other and your relationship is more dead than alive.


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