The practice of asking questions is a powerful way of learning and deepen our comprehension.
It works for everyone and any situation!
We’re all human. And there are times when, because of the competing pressures of the moment, we just aren’t in a place where we can listen. So when you find yourself in that position, kindly and gently let your partner know and why. And then agree on a time to pick up the conversation again when you are ready to be fully present.
Building a strong relationship with your stepkids should be high on your priority list. You already know their mom; you need to spend some time getting to know them.
How will fear of having a broken heart prevent people from finding love in the first place?
Wondering how to improve the marriage with your spouse? Ask them.
The more I hold conversations with diverse groups of people and the more I hold back and work at actively listening, the more convinced I become the Good Men Project is an excellent idea and a great approach to necessary conversations.
It takes effort and plenty of hard work to repair the damage we inflict (however accidentally) without making things worse.
Practice talking to lots of women, ask questions and listen!
You can’t just look from the outside, you have to explore inside as well.
Jordan Gray says these three simple questions are pure magic when it comes to changing how you and your partner fight.
Jordan Gray says that gaining emotional depth in your relationship is simple when you know the right questions to ask. —– Let’s face it… we all love taking short cuts. And, if we aren’t careful, our relationships are often taken for granted. But too many short cuts can lead to a lazy, unintentional relationship that…