Somewhere deep inside of us we understand the value of good communication. After all, communication is what allows us to have some of the great things in life such as our relationships, careers and spiritual life. Yet, many marriages fail. When couples are asked why? They often site poor communication as the main culprit. According to national statistics poor communication is the number one reason for divorce. One thing I have learned over the years is that maintaining a marriage takes constant communication. But communicating is more than just discussing an issue. Great communication requires flexibility, care and selflessness. However, today I want to help you identify if poor communication is a cause to be concern in your relationship.
5 signs that poor communication is causing a divide in your relationship: