Helpful and Inspiring Relationship Communication Quotes
I stumbled across relationship communication quotes the other day and found this one. I thought…YES! That’s exactly it! So I thought I would include it in this relationship blog post in addition to other helpful quotes I’ve found.
I hope you enjoy these and that they touch your life and your relationship in helpful and meaningful ways.
I don’t know the author of this quote but I think it’s very profound:
“The biggest communication problem is we do not listen to understand. We listen to reply.” (unknown)
More relationship communication quotes
“Nothing lowers the level of conversation more than raising the voice.” —Stanley Horowitz
“Someone’s opinion of you does not have to become your reality.” —Les Brown
“Wise men speak because they have something to say; fools because they have to say something.” —Plato
“The people who matter will recognize who you are.” —Alan Cohen
“Real love takes work. You have to be willing to make the effort.” —Rabbi Weinberg
“Speaking with kindness creates confidence, thinking with kindness creates profoundness, giving with kindness creates love.” —Lao Tseu
“If someone does not smile at you, be generous and offer your own smile. Nobody needs a smile more than the one that cannot smile to others.” —Dalai Lama
Importance of Inspiring Quotes
I like to offer quotes in some of my posts because sometimes all it takes is a word from another that really sinks in. That really speaks to us and inspires us.
Mantras and quotes can be so helpful as we move throughout our day and interact in our relationships. Especially with our partners/spouses. Communication relationship quotes can help us at times re-center and remember how important we are to each other. And how much we mean to each other. How much we impact each other.
A few more communication relationship quotes
Here are just a few more to end this post…
“When you make the sacrifice in marriage, you’re sacrificing not to each other but to unity in a relationship.” –Joseph Campbell
“The only reason we don’t open our hearts and minds to other people is that they trigger confusion in us that we don’t feel brave enough or sane enough to deal with. To the degree that we look clearly and compassionately at ourselves, we feel confident and fearless about looking into someone else’s eyes. ” –Pema Chodron
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