“7 Helpful Ways To Prevent Misunderstandings In Relationship”
Every relationship in our life can potentially be destroyed by misunderstandings. If you want to save your relationship from misunderstandings that can even smash your relationship, go through this post.
“Kapag may nagkamali, lawakan ang pag uunawa at bigyan ng panahon makapag paliwanag ang kapares, makinig”
Listening more carefully to your partner is key to clearing up misunderstandings that are controlling your relationship. Instead of just waiting for him to stop talking so that you can contribute to the conversation, make it a point to focus on what he’s saying. You should listen to try to understand, rather than focusing on how you want to respond to oppose what your partner is saying.
“Learn from each other’s mistakes. Walang perfect relationship, may nagkakamali rin”
Whenever you have a fight, don’t worry about who wins or who loses. Learn from the fight — from what was said as much as from how it was resolved. Once you learn from a fight, you can apply that lesson to your relationship to avoid trouble later. That’s all well and good, but you’re not done! Forgive your partner! Forgive yourself. The fight is over, you’re past it, now let it go. Never hold anything against your partner, because the resentment will build until you don’t want to be with them.
“Kailangan nyong maging tapat sa isat- isa para walang praningan moments na mangyayari. Kelangan lagi mo i assure dun sa kapares mo na wala kang tinatagong secrets”
Being loyal means being respectful of your partners’ weaknesses and discretely helping them compensate for those weaknesses. For example, if your mate is absent minded and loses her keys often, you may help her set a system to make it easier for her to find things and help her search, when needed, without anger or shaming. It is commonly accepted that loyalty is very important in love relationships. What it actually means is more elusive. Being loyal is defined as “Being faithful to one’s oath, engagements or obligations. Being faithful to one’s allegiance to a government or state or to a person conceived as imposing obligation.
“Kailangan natin magkaroon ng patience kung gusto mo maging masaya ang relasyon mo,. kung wala kang pasensya walang patutunguhan ang pinakaka asam asam mo na mahaba at masayang relasyon”
Exercise patience. Granted, it’s hard to remember this in the heat of the moment. But stopping to take a few deep breaths, and deciding to take a break and revisit the discussion when tensions are not as high, can sometimes be the best way to deal with the immediate situation. Resist the urge to be contrary just for that reason. Remember that it’s better to be happy than right!
“Don’t try to change your partner. Kailangan i respeto mo kung ano sya at ano ang gusto nya. Kapag walang respeto sa isa’t isa i doubt na magtatagal kayo”
Change yourself, not your partner! If you wholeheartedly wish to have a satisfying relationship you need to change yourself rather than attempting to change your partner. You need to ask yourself in which ways you might be harming the relationship – rather than placing the blame on your partner. You need to acknowledge that each one of you has his/her own perception of reality, own unique personality, own ways of self-expression. Demanding your partner to change is neglecting to acknowledge his/her uniqueness, but rather attempting to form your partner to your own world-view (which says a lot about you rather than about your partner!).
“Kailangan din na mag bigay ng oras para sa isat -isat mga lambingan moments , mga sweet nothings medyo korni pero kelangan natin yun”
Spending time with your partner is like saving money for a rainy day. Every time you and your partner spend some time together you are shoring up the relationship against the times that you will hit a bump. Disagreements are much easier to resolve when you feel that your partner is on our side. When you don’t make the time to spend with your partner you are creating more and more distance between you and risk hearing (or saying) “I’m not in love with you anymore”.
“Trust- pinaka importante ito, paano kayo magiging masaya kung sa umpisa pa lang eh wala ka nang tiwala dun sa ka pair mo?”
You have to trust your partner. Why would you share your life with someone when you think they’re doing something wrong every time you turn your back? If you don’t trust your partner to be faithful, honest, caring or anything else, then you’re not in a good relationship. The best relationships begin with a deep trust, and even if problems come up (and they will!), the trust is strong enough to keep you together.
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