All The Tweets From September Edition Of#SinglesDate “Effective Communication InRelationships” By @bayonuggets

Greetings to you all. Am honored to tweet to you all. May God’s name be praised & let your words profess solution to our hearts #SinglesDate
Relationship needs two amazing person. One who can trust and another who can understand.#SinglesDate
Communication in a relationship is the essence of human interaction & learning between a man and a woman. #SinglesDate
Remember, Communication is not complete until you get feedback from your partner whilst your interacting. #SinglesDate
Amos 3:3 says Do two walk together, unless they have agreed to meet? Effective communication involves two parties. #SinglesDate
Part of being in a healthy relationship is having effective communication. #SinglesDate
For effective communication, you must endeavour to do the following: #SinglesDate
Know when to Chat. If something is bothering you & you would like to have a serious talk about it, make sure you pick the right time to talk. #SinglesDate
Dont interrupt your partner when they’re watching a sports game, TV show, about to go to sleep or stressed. Find the right time to talk crucial. #SinglesDate
Tell your partner you would like to talk later & find a time when U’re in d same place & not doing anything important. #SinglesDate
Don’t start serious conversations in public places unless you feel safe. #SinglesDate
Talk Face to Face. Avoid talking about serious matters or issues in writing. It can be misinterpreted. #SinglesDate
Talk in person so there aren’t any unnecessary miscommunications. #SinglesDate
Do not attack. Even when we mean well, we can sometimes come across as harsh because of our word choice. #SinglesDate
Using “you” can sound like you’re attacking, which will make your partner defensive and less receptive to your message. #SinglesDate
Instead, try using “I” or “we.” For eg: say “I feel like we haven’t been as close lately” instead of “you have been avoiding me.” #SinglesDate
Be Honest. Agree to be honest. Sometimes the truth hurts, but it’s the key to a healthy relationship. #SinglesDate
Admit that you aren’t always perfect and apologize when you make a mistake instead of making excuses. #SinglesDate
You will feel better when you acknowledge your wrong and it will help strengthen your relationship#SinglesDate
Check your body language. Make eye contact when speaking. Sit up and face your partner.#SinglesDate
Let your partner know you’re listening. Show them you really care. Don’t take a phone call, text or get distracted when you’re talking. #SinglesDate
Listen to your partner and respond to him. #SinglesDate
Use the 48hr rule. If your partner does something that makes you angry, you need to tell them about it. But you dont have to do so right away. #SinglesDate
If you’re still hurt 48 hours later, say something. If not, consider forgetting about it. #SinglesDate
But remember your partner cant read ur mind. If you dont speak up when you are upset, there is no way for them to apologize or change. #SinglesDate
Once you do mention your hurt feelings & ur partner sincerely apologies, let it go. Dont bring up past issues if they’re not relevant. #SinglesDate
I would like to speak on how to communicate when you are angry, Eph 4:26 says “In your anger do not sin” #SinglesDate
It’s okay to get angry in a relationship – everyone does at some point! What’s important is that you resolve conflicts in a healthy way. #SinglesDate
If you get angry with your partner, here are a few nuggets to take: #SinglesDate
Stop & Be calm. If you get really angry about something, stop, take a step back and breathe. #SinglesDate
Give yourself time to calm down by watching TV, talking to a friend, taking a walk or whatever helps you relax. #SinglesDate
Taking a break can keep the situation from getting worse, when you are angry. #SinglesDate
Think & think again. After you’re no longer upset, think about the situation and why you got so angry. #SinglesDate
Was it how your partner spoke or something they did? Figure out the real problem then think about how to explain your feelings. #SinglesDate
Speak Out. Finally, talk to your partner and when you do, follow the tips above. #SinglesDate
Listen. After you tell your partner how you feel, remember to stop talking & listen to what they have to say. #SinglesDate
Remember, effective communication can not be complete without a feedback. #SinglesDate
You both deserve the opportunity to express how you feel in a safe and healthy environment. #SinglesDate
Communicating isn’t always easy. At first, some of these tips may feel unnatural or awkward, but they will help U communicate better & build a healthy relationship. #SinglesDate
RelationSHIPs sink when someone brings too many passengers. Don’t involve a third party, only if necessary. #SinglesDate
You can’t buy love, because when it’s real, it’s priceless. #SinglesDate
Relationships are about being with somebody that you love to argue with. #SinglesDate
Finally, find someone who will change your life, not just your status. #SinglesDate.
I would like to stop my teaching here, and get a feedback from you all that are following. You can ask me your questions now. #SinglesDate
Don’t forget to join us for the October edition of #SinglesDate tagged “Handling third-party temptations in relationships” by @grace_festus and @folayemiITUNU
See you there

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