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Each of us came from a man and a woman a mother and a father Our parents or the people who raised us had an important impact on our development Each of us may have had one or more sisters or brothers who also had an impact on who we are And each of our parents was also influenced by the family she or he was born into the personalities and life situation they encountered the struggles they had the learning they brought to these struggles and passed on to their children The point is whatever you grew up with who your parent were the kinds of lives they led they way they related to each other and to you has been handed down to you and affects your attitudes and your sense of loyalty direction and responsibility What you learn from your family still affects your life today By recovering impressions memories and associations you can open up your choices You have little choice about how to change your behavior until you reflect on who you are Our life scripts are shaped by the early lesson we learn from our family I remember when my mother use to advise me that proper communication is the key in establishing and maintaining a deep and satisfying marital relationship It is the cornerstone of marriage It reinforces trust that allow the partners to keep growing and acts a method by which you can share your problems frustrations fear anxieties hopes and successes with the person who should be your best friend your spouse Being married for five years l has seen that effective communication is a requirement for effective problem in an intimate relationship How we communicate is the problem more often than what we communicate If the way we communicate do not work with our partner then our message of concern and hope and love may not get through Without clear communication we cannot make
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