How Do I Get My Husband To Listen To Me?
Sadly, How Do I Get My Husband To Listen To Me? is one of the top questions married women ask me.
Although it is commonly known how important communication is for a relationship and/or marriage to thrive; most do not understand exactly how to go about it.
When a woman communicates with her man, she must have the right skill set in order for her to successfully convey her message. Many women make the familiar mistake of telling their man what to do instead of asking him. A common example of this could sound like, “Take the garbage out!” The reason this does not often work is basically when a man feels he is being controlled, he often will rebel using either aggressive remarks or passive aggressive behaviors.
In either case, he and she will end up angry and most likely resentful. If she had the right effective communication tools, she would know to say instead, “Honey, when you have time could you please take out the garbage? It helps me so much.” See the difference? In this request she is giving her man the freedom to accomplish the chore when he wants to. This way he is not feeling controlled. In fact, he will feel good about helping her out.
The same goes for when a man communicates with his woman. He must understand how to speak to her in a way that she can clearly hear and not misinterpret. The number of times my male clients have told me that what she heard and what he said were two completely different things is astounding.
I have two ways in which to help you with this all too familiar relationship problem.
The first is to work with me personally. I will teach and coach you on becoming a successful effective communicator with your man along with helping you with any other relationship problems you may be experiencing. We can do this over the phone or in person.
You can reach me here or call 704-552-3690.
The second is to read It’s That Simple! a relationship help book for woman. You will learn about yourself, your relationship, and how to have the best relationship you have ever had!
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