Rid Your Vocabulary of “Destructive Words”
Destructive words are words that people sometimes use to make another person to feel bad about themselves.
Words such as “idiot,” “failure,” “screw-up,” “selfish,” “liar,” are used to hurt a person and to destroy their self-confidence.
These words can leave lasting scars.
Destructive words are not used as teaching tools for your spouse and these words are often used to control a person or to dominate the situation in a negative manner.
No one wants to be controlled or dominated, especially when the relationship has become a unstable relationship.
Finding a way to express your thoughts and emotions must come at a cost.
To build intimacy and romance back into the relationship, emotions and thoughts have to be communicated without the use of “destructive words.”
Destructive words will never rebuild or put a spark back into a relationship.