“A man has joy by the answer of his mouth, and a word spoken in due season, how good it is!” – Proverbs 15:23
Talking is such a basic skill that we forget, at times, its importance in relationships. Communication is the means of sending or receiving information. How can she know what you desire if you never explained? How can he help you if you never said anything? Specially in marriage, communication is one of the most important aspects that strength or, sadly, even brakes relationship. God gave us this wonderful gift in order to edify, encourage and even serve one another but one must strive to understand in order to be understood. Let’s look at some practical steps to build and maintain good communication in marriage.
“Things I Wish I’d Known Before We Got Married” – By Gary Chapman
Talks About questions that are found at the end of Chapter 4
What is your weakest area in communication? What about strongest?
Where do you think your future spouse can improve in communication?
What does make you feel most understood?
How your future spouse can help to be understood?
How can we, as a couple, prioritize our communication?