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How To Avoid Hearing What You Want to Hear vs What He Is Really Saying

Relationships thrive on natural compatibility. Once you are in, is not the time to assume you are compatible. Just because he has greenish-blue eyes and you do to, does not mean you are compatible. How many relationships have you entered in thinking, feeling and knowing one thing and over time ending up confused because you were both not on the same page?
Usually, when this happens it's because somewhere along the line or from the very beginning you were missing a key ingredient that would set the tone for your relationship experience... listening.


HERE ARE 5 WAYS TO MAKE SURE YOU HAVE ON YOUR LISTENING CAP SO YOU HEAR WHAT'S REALLY BEING SAID

  1. Understand, listening is one of the most important components in any relationship
  2. Listening says, you are not just hearing the words coming out of his mouth but, you are actually processing what he is saying .
  3. Listening requires you to be fully on board, conscious and understanding what is being said. Multitasking might not be a good idea in the moment
  4. Repeat back what you heard, to make sure that's what was said
  5. It is what it is. If you are clear about what you heard accept it for what it is.
Don't try to manipulate the situation or twist what is being said to fit your personal agenda. You can get yourself in a lot of unnecessary trouble taking that route. Instead, focus on honing your listening skills to hear what he is really saying versus, what you think you heard him say.

Imagine how skillful listening could affect your relationship choices.


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