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Bad communication in marriage - Good communication in relationship is the best

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Tshepang divorced her husband Thato because of bad communication in their marriage.


A month later she realised that she and her husband didn’t do invest much in marriage education. She also realised that she left a man who worked really hard to provide for her family and paid all the bills. Thato took care of the house and garden and kept it looking really prim and proper. He came home for dinner every night and took time to talk to their kids. He was always available to help them with their homework and read to their youngest at bedtime. He bought her presents for her birthday and Christmas. He tolerated her annoying brother - in - law when he visited them. They used to go on nice vacations every summer and Thato always remembered their anniversary, and would send her flowers and a card. He would make sure the kids made her cards for Mother ’ s Day too, and would also take them all out for lunch. Thato did a lot of really beautiful things for Tshepang and the kids. All the time she complained about his lack of communication, she forgot about the great things he had done for his family. How often do you overlook your partner's strengths and yet focus on their weaknesses?
Don’t apply permanent solutions to temporary problems. Invest in your relationship or Marriage and learn about solvable and perpetual problems. Don’t leave while you can still solve. Come to the seminar on the 2nd of April at the Pretoria State Theatre from 3pm-8pm. Ticket can be obtained from Elijah Padi or Computicket for only R250. You will thank yourself for this investment.Tshepang divorced her husband Thato because of bad communication in their marriage.

A month later she realised that she and her husband didn’t do invest much in marriage education. She also realised that she left a man who worked really hard to provide for her family and paid all the bills. Thato took care of the house and garden and kept it looking really prim and proper. He came home for dinner every night and took time to talk to their kids. He was always available to help them with their homework and read to their youngest at bedtime. He bought her presents for her birthday and Christmas. He tolerated her annoying brother - in - law when he visited them. They used to go on nice vacations every summer and Thato always remembered their anniversary, and would send her flowers and a card. He would make sure the kids made her cards for Mother ’ s Day too, and would also take them all out for lunch. Thato did a lot of really beautiful things for Tshepang and the kids. All the time she complained about his lack of communication, she forgot about the great things he had done for his family. How often do you overlook your partner's strengths and yet focus on their weaknesses?

Don’t apply permanent solutions to temporary problems. Invest in your relationship or Marriage and learn about solvable and perpetual problems. Don’t leave while you can still solve. Come to the seminar on the 2nd of April at the Pretoria State Theatre from 3pm-8pm. Ticket can be obtained from Elijah Padi or Computicket for only R250. You will thank yourself for this investment.

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