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  Healthy Dating and Communication  
 
One of the most crucial factors in a healthy dating relationship is communication.  Any relationship needs to have an open communication. It means that both the partners must be comfortable talking to each other and there should not be any hard feelings after any discussion. To begin with, be confident with your dating partner and your relationship with him/her. Whatever may be the crisis, you can sit down and talk to your partner. Be honest and straightforward with your queries. Things can be solved when you actually communicate well with your partner.  

Most people have this myth that an open communication can spoil a relationship. This is completely false. Communication can solve many issues among dating partners. Misunderstandings can be cleared openly rather than putting false accusations on each other. Itís better not to hide your feelings and be more expressive. Also, very often women tend to think that their dating partner should understand whatís going on in their mind? This is next to impossible for anyone to understand whatís going in your mind. Rather, talk openly about your feelings. Say what you expect from the relationship.
Useful communication is an effective process. The first step is listening. Listen to what your partner has to say.

Give him/her a fair chance to speak about any issue that you discuss. Also try not to interrupt your partner while he/she speaks. After your partner finishes you can put forth your opinions. But, never try to be dominating in your speech. Try not to focus on the anger or the snappish tone of the partner, but look beneath the surface of tumultuous emotions. Put yourself in your partnerís shoes and you will realize what he/she is undergoing.

When it's your turn to talk, make sure you do so serenely and impartially. Insert words of support and, whenever probable, authenticate the other person's sentiments. When communicating, take a rain check on your self-image and a hard look at places where you can make improvements. Very soon, you'll be a better lover.

You'll even become skilled at how to acknowledge compliments and truly consider that you deserve them.
Communication will ultimately make or break the dating affiliation. If you cannot speak or exchange a few words with your loved one, how will they know what you anticipate from your dating liaison? You need to know what your date desires and act accordingly. Communications will keep your dating association optimistic and meaningful.

Communication in dating is something that a lot of relationships lack. In fact, it is repeatedly one of the key factors in the break up of relationships. You can start implementing good communication skills at the beginning of your relationship. As a result you will have minor issues between you.

Communication in dating is not just about what film to see or where to eat, even though this is a good way to start. Your dating relationship must have other strong parts of communications. What is imperative are dating relationship fundamentals like conviction, commitment, and sincerity. Communicating your wants and being thoughtful about your date are the qualities that will drive your relationship instead of leaving it to wane.