10 Sentences Never Say In A Relationship
No easy relationship. Battles can occur, arguments can arise, and at the moment, we can all say some things that we don’t mean. Although our mouths often run out without our brains, it’s important to make sure that anything we say during the discussion can lead to painful feelings or loss of confidence – or make the argument worse! So, even when in the middle of an argument, there are certainly things that should not be said.
Here are 10 decrees you should never say in a relationship
- “You are overkill.”
This is the easiest way to nullify someone’s emotions. Suggesting your coworker’s reaction is the easiest way to hurt feelings. Moreover, in the center of the argument, feelings will be high. Recognizing the feeling of the other person is the best way to deal with these feelings. Suggesting that they are too much or unnecessary will make the other person more angry.
- “You have left me down.”
Even if your partner has been disappointed, it is best to explain exactly how and why. Instead of pulling out a disappointment card and making the other person feel guilty, try to explain your expectations and what can be done in the future to help you and your partner achieve the desired goal. Trying to make the other person feel guilty will not solve the problem;
There is nothing that can irritate anyone more than hearing someone tell them to calm down when they are not even close to their excessive reaction. If they’re throwing things or screaming, this might be an appropriate phrase. However, if your partner is legitimately angry and expressing their feelings, albeit enthusiastically, telling them “calm” will only have the opposite effect – while reducing their feelings. It’s better to let the other person say what they need to say and express their feeling.
- “Just drop it.”
Sometimes, we all need to move away from an argument for our mental health. However, there is a right way and a wrong way to do it. According to licensed mental health counselor Nikki Nance, “Don’t say anything he rejects in the middle of the conversation as a way to avoid talking about something uncomfortable. Droping a conversation in the middle of the road reduces the importance of the relationship and makes your partner feel inaudible.”
If the argument becomes too much, just ask, “Can we take a break from this?” You can pause the discussion until both people feel more persistent. However, telling someone to “drop it” will stop the discussion, close the door and throw the key.
- “You’re like this …”
If any kind of obscene word follows, or anything other than “… a nice and caring partner”, you may want to give up this sentence. Calling names is not only immature, but it doesn’t get the argument anywhere. In fact, if it can be quite straightforward and someone can feel legal harm when their partner invokes the name or department in the middle of the argument. Sometimes, we say things we don’t mean – and we can’t always get them back.
- “Maybe we should fail.”
The threat of withdrawal and leaving the relationship during the argument manipulate at the same time and cause mistrust and hurt feelings. The only thing pulling this card will do is make the other person feel like having to walk on the eggshell during a dispute to avoid being dismantled. Of all the things that can never be said during argument or in the heat of the moment, this is the biggest problem.
- “You don’t know anything”.
“Making someone feel worthless is harmful because it reduces the person’s core value. It is emotional and spiritual violence, and it overwhelms a person’s self.” – Natasha Sandy
Opinions and differences in relationships vary all the time. Whether you or your partner agrees or not, it will have no impact on what your partner does or does not know. The only thing this phrase will do is make the other person feel weak. It is possible to disagree, even during the discussion, in a respectful way that does not offend the intelligence of the other person. According to counselor and therapist Natasha Sandy, “it’s much easier to prevent yourself from saying such respectful and harmful words than trying to get rid of the damage afterwards.”
- “You’re crazy.”
Emotions can go up, but just because someone is emotional doesn’t mean they don’t think logically. Excluding someone’s truth is cruel and unfair, and will only make the other person trust the relationship and less likely to share what they really feel. Allow your partner to explain and share their feelings and perception of the situation without ignoring what they feel.
- “It’s a good thing.”
Just say “it’s good”, if it’s really good, then make sure you continue with yes, it’s really good.
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