In the 19th century, Henry David Thoreau wrote: “We are in great haste to construct a magnetic telegraph from Maine to Texas; but Maine and Texas, it may be, have nothing important to communicate.” Good point. And with the aid of today’s abundant technology, we can talk to just about anyone, anywhere, at any time. But is what we are saying really worth talking about?
This is especially poignant in our marriage. Phone calls, emails, and texting your spouse can actually get in the way of the opportunity to have great conversations that will enable you both to love each other better. Your relationship with your wife was meant for more than just information swapping. Here are 10 ways to improve marriage communication.
We love this commercial that humorously shows how poor communication can quickly spell disaster for your marriage.
Huddle up with your wife tonight and say: “I think one way to improve our marriage communication is by ____.”