Communication in Marriage

How to Communicate with Your Spouse Without Fighting, 2nd Edition
by Marcus Kusi & Ashley Kusi
$6.19
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Publisher: Our Peaceful Family

Publication Date: October 02, 2017

ISBN: 1230001948189

Binding: Kobo eBook

Availability: eBook

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How to Communicate with Your Spouse Without Fighting - EVEN If You Have a Difficult Spouse;

Do you find it difficult communicating with your spouse? Are you tired of arguing and fighting with your spouse whenever you try to communicate? 

Have you ever wanted to cry in frustration after yet again another fruitless or useless argument with your spouse? Is your spouse not talking to you anymore? 

You are not alone.

Many couples (including us) have had to deal with these communication problems at some point in marriage. And it’s not fun! The yelling, shouting, anger, frustration, rejection, resentment, interrupting, blaming, insults... It can definitely be overwhelming. 

It could even destroy your ability to not only communicate effectively with your spouse but also enjoy your marriage. The lack of communication in your marriage can even lead to a divorce.

But don't worry.

No matter what communication problems you struggle with, you can learn how to communicate effectively with your spouse today.

Whether you feel you are not being heard, cannot hear your spouse, or want to communicate better with your spouse without fighting or yelling, this book will show you how. 

For the past 7 years, we have used these proven communication skills to go from arguing and fighting whenever we communicated to communicating effectively without fighting, calling each other names, and being disrespectful. 

As a result, we now have a better marriage.

In this Communication in Marriage book, you will learn:

1. How to communicate effectively with your spouse without fighting.

2. Why trust is essential for effective communication in marriage.

3. Clearly, understand why we all communicate differently.

4. How to improve communication in your marriage.

5. How to communicate through conflict, even with a difficult ...