These quotes are about how to talk and listen without being the loudest person in the room. They are also to be taken with a grain of salt because we all have different relationships with silence. I am a huge fan of hearing what I need to hear and taking it as it comes.
Silence in relationships is a tricky one. Like most of us, I find it to be very hard to live with. I can’t stand when people are quiet, but that doesn’t mean they can’t be a good friend or partner. The key is to recognize that what seems to be a problem in a relationship is often a sign that there is something else going on.
One of the biggest things that can happen when silence in a relationship is not a sign of a problem, is that the other person may be feeling a need to have a conversation or a conversation with them. This is because both of you may be thinking the same thing: I’m done talking, and thats why this silence is so hard. I’d much rather be talking with you.
People think that when you don’t talk in a relationship, you’re not being “with” someone. This is not true. When you don’t talk in a relationship you are not with each other. You are not connected by your feelings or mutual attraction. In fact, when you don’t talk in a relationship, you are not connected at all. You are, at best, an observer, and at worst, a witness.
The thing is, you can’t really tell if your partner is doing anything good or bad. He or she could just be trying to make you feel better, or worse, or better, or worse. It could also be that both of you are totally different people.
I have a friend who is in a relationship with a man who is a total asshole to her. She says it’s just because she’s a bad person for being a good person. I think she’s probably right.
The thing is, when a person is in a relationship with someone who is an asshole, they are in a relationship with an asshole. It’s like you are in a relationship with a horse who is an asshole. You cant really tell if the horse is trying to make you feel better or worse, and the best you can do is ignore it and hope it doesn’t get any worse.
I know I have said this before, but I find it hard to believe that this is the case. I mean, I think most people in a relationship with an asshole would be very grateful that the asshole is not a perfect asshole. Because then they would be able to get along and be polite to each other.
And then there are the people who are so happy with the asshole that they cant stand to be around him. There is a guy I know who loves to talk about the asshole, but he keeps getting in his way in most relationships. Because they dont want to listen to the asshole.
He has a theory that most people who are in relationships with assholes have a negative attitude all around. For example, they are afraid to talk to him because they dont want to be hurt. They are afraid to be angry with him because they dont want to be hurt. I think this applies to the asshole too. He is afraid of intimacy, and he is afraid of losing his power and position within the relationship.