What's the most difficult area of a relationship?
There are quite a few problematic areas in relationships, including (but not limited to) finances, romance, communication, trust and sex. Which one would you consider the most problematic?
Communicating effectively is always the hardest thing to get the hang of. Without communication many relationships often fail. It's okay to argue. As long as you're still communicating, it shows that you both care.
I say there's a tie between finances and communication. Then we you combine the two, it's disaster.
I agree, communication seems to be the most problematic facet of a relationship. It's so easy to say the wrong thing, or not say the right thing.
Bravo Jade89 - The last two sentences said it all. My wife and I have been happy and married for 26 plus years. We had some disagreements over the years but always worked them out. That's what "Love" is! Thanks.
The most difficult is between the front door and the back door.
Seriously it is communication and balance between needs and wants.
by ShanteD 6 months ago
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by Samantha 5 years ago
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