Communication: Checking Your Thoughts Will Help You Check Your Mouth

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Do you want to know where most arguments begin……IN YOUR MIND! We mis-interpret, make up, and assign meaning to experiences in our heads which impact the words that we speak. If we can better control our thoughts and interpretations of what our spouse is saying we GUARANTEE THERE WILL BE BETTER COMMUNICATION. Control your inner chatter and the rest will follow. Listen in as we further explain this.

5 replies
  1. Cynthia
    Cynthia says:

    Great advice. I had to learn to control my inner thoughts and my mouth because it was something else! I wasn't always fair to other person because I started making assumptions filtered through my previous experiences. Most of the time when you let the other person start and finish with what they came to the table with, what they wanted to talk to you about won't have anything to do with what you were thinking.

  2. naturalhairful
    naturalhairful says:

    Every single day at the end of my daily? Word videos I say "be slow to speak and quick to listen" this statement is in the Bible. Not sure where, but I have run across it a few times when I read it. My marriage is full of these type of problems. But both couples have to work at it. If only one is practicing it, it's not going to work.

  3. misskaneza
    misskaneza says:

    This video came right in time because in going a spiritual awakening right now and I realized that our thoughts control our? reality. This is opening my eyes to a whole new world. Thank you! Keep it up I love you guys!

  4. 6inthemoring
    6inthemoring says:

    I respect the fact that you guys are? so real about what is happening in your relationships. It allows many others that follow your reasoning to evaluate themselves in a way that may save them from the things that you allow us to contemplate.
    Also it is amazing that at times we are so influenced by things that aren't allowing us the best options when dealing with each other.

  5. The1Ms.HBIC
    The1Ms.HBIC says:

    I’m so guilty of this. I have to stop making assumptions, because it does intensify conversations. Thanks for the advice.

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