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Communication in Relationships


What you believe you're communicating and what actually gets communicated may not be the same.

Reviewed by Rachelle Adams, MA, LPC, LMFT | Psychotherapy

The Basics
Partnership Styles
Love Languages

The Basics

The Facts About Communication in Relationships

A focus on communication is imperative to a relationship's foundation.

A partner’s infidelity can hurt. But you can find love again, in this relationship or a new one.

Porn is becoming more socially acceptable. Is it time to incorporate it into your sex life?

People have different motivations for cuddling, but the benefits are fairly universal and fun.

Partnership Styles

Understanding Partnership Styles

Every relationship has its benefits and challenges, no matter how many people you involve.

Communication and self-examination are key to polyamorous relationships.

Nonmonogamy can be a lot to ask of a partner, but careful and considerate communication helps.

Public perception regarding polyamory, or consensual nonmonogamy, has shifted over time.

Love Languages

Learning the Love Languages

In any relationship, finding the best ways to communicate can be like learning a new language.

More couples are assessing the role of love languages in their relationships—and in the bedroom.

You love each other but express it differently. How do you make sure you’re on the same page?

Learn how to adapt your love language in a relationship and communicate this with your partner.

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