By Bea Escario on
Getting Through Difficult Conversations
It’s easier to say “I love you,” “we’ll figure things out,” “it’s fine,” or even “we don’t have to talk about it” than the words “we need to talk.”
I mean, it’s already kind of terrifying to receive that message or even worry about sending that message.
And I’m quite sure that even if we think avoiding it would make it better, it most definitely does not.
But that’s how relationships work. They’re not always the same as at the very beginning of the relationship, you know, the kind where it seems like it's all flowers, rainbows, and no conflicts.
There will be times when you’d have to have that conversation despite how many times you try to avoid it. You know the one that MIGHT spark arguments or disagreements with your partner.
So we’ve prepared a few ways to remember when you’re planning to, about to, or even during a difficult conversation. Now, these steps don’t magically turn the tables or fix the fact that you’re going to or having a difficult conversation