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10 Polite Ways To Communicate With Your Spouse 

10 Polite Ways To Communicate With Your Spouse 

*10 COMMUNICATION TIPS FOR COUPLES*
A lot of times, couples get pissed off with each other by the way they respond to spoken words. We can do better if we learn response in the *affirmative* and not in the *combative*. Read the following:
1. *Statement:* I’m really hungry.

– *Wrong response:* Even I myself have not eaten since morning.

– *Right response:* Oh sorry, let’s see if there’s something you can manage for now.
 2. *Statement:* Why don’t you try this option?

– *Wrong response:* Why is it that you always find fault with what I do?

– *Right response:* Well, I’ve tried this before and I think it will work. If not, I’ll try that.
3. *Statement:* I want more food.

– *Wrong response:* Ha-ha, rice has finished, Spaghetti has finished, and ingredients are almost finished, and there’s no sign of salary yet.

– *Right response:* Sorry, please manage that for now; I’ll find some snacks for you later.
4. *Statement:* I can’t finish this food.

– *Wrong response:* Ha-ha, things are expensive o; and you can’t be wasting food like this. You will eat it tomorrow!

– *Right response:* Should I keep the rest for you, or give it out?
5. *Statement:* I got wounded in kitchen.

– *Wrong response:* I’ve told you to always be careful with the knife.

– *Right response:* Oh sorry, let me have a look. You need to be more careful next time.
6. *Statement:* Are you okay; is anything the matter with you?

– *Wrong response:* Can’t you see yourself; what kind of question is that?

– *Right response:* I’m not feeling fine; I think I need some attention.
7. *Statement:* I’ll like to eat corn flakes.

– *Wrong response:* No way! It’s for the children; and that’s for one month! Eat biscuits if you are hungry.

– *Right response:* Okay, you can eat a little. I trust you’ll give us money to stock another.
8. *Statement:* Haven’t you finished what you are doing?

– *Wrong response:* You are seated there doing nothing and you are asking if I’ve not finished!

– *Right response:* It will still take a while; can you please lend me a hand?
9. *Statement:* I bought this on my way; I thought it will be useful.

– *Wrong response:* How much did you buy it? What! That’s too expensive – you waste money unnecessarily! 

– *Right response:* Thank you; it will indeed be useful. Thanks for the surprise.
10. *Statement:* Handle that thing carefully please.

– *Wrong response:* Am I that daft? You will just be instructing me as if I don’t have any sense, or I’m stupid! 

– *Right response:* Yes dear, I will.
*_A gentle answer turns away wrath, but a harsh word stirs up anger.
*Please send to your spouse and other couples, not for the purpose of condemnation, but for continuous improvement of your/their love relationship*

10 Polite Ways To Communicate With Your Spouse 

10 Polite Ways To Communicate With Your Spouse 

*10 COMMUNICATION TIPS FOR COUPLES*
A lot of times, couples get pissed off with each other by the way they respond to spoken words. We can do better if we learn response in the *affirmative* and not in the *combative*. Read the following:
1. *Statement:* I’m really hungry.

– *Wrong response:* Even I myself have not eaten since morning.

– *Right response:* Oh sorry, let’s see if there’s something you can manage for now.
 2. *Statement:* Why don’t you try this option?

– *Wrong response:* Why is it that you always find fault with what I do?

– *Right response:* Well, I’ve tried this before and I think it will work. If not, I’ll try that.
3. *Statement:* I want more food.

– *Wrong response:* Ha-ha, rice has finished, Spaghetti has finished, and ingredients are almost finished, and there’s no sign of salary yet.

– *Right response:* Sorry, please manage that for now; I’ll find some snacks for you later.
4. *Statement:* I can’t finish this food.

– *Wrong response:* Ha-ha, things are expensive o; and you can’t be wasting food like this. You will eat it tomorrow!

– *Right response:* Should I keep the rest for you, or give it out?
5. *Statement:* I got wounded in kitchen.

– *Wrong response:* I’ve told you to always be careful with the knife.

– *Right response:* Oh sorry, let me have a look. You need to be more careful next time.
6. *Statement:* Are you okay; is anything the matter with you?

– *Wrong response:* Can’t you see yourself; what kind of question is that?

– *Right response:* I’m not feeling fine; I think I need some attention.
7. *Statement:* I’ll like to eat corn flakes.

– *Wrong response:* No way! It’s for the children; and that’s for one month! Eat biscuits if you are hungry.

– *Right response:* Okay, you can eat a little. I trust you’ll give us money to stock another.
8. *Statement:* Haven’t you finished what you are doing?

– *Wrong response:* You are seated there doing nothing and you are asking if I’ve not finished!

– *Right response:* It will still take a while; can you please lend me a hand?
9. *Statement:* I bought this on my way; I thought it will be useful.

– *Wrong response:* How much did you buy it? What! That’s too expensive – you waste money unnecessarily! 

– *Right response:* Thank you; it will indeed be useful. Thanks for the surprise.
10. *Statement:* Handle that thing carefully please.

– *Wrong response:* Am I that daft? You will just be instructing me as if I don’t have any sense, or I’m stupid! 

– *Right response:* Yes dear, I will.
*_A gentle answer turns away wrath, but a harsh word stirs up anger.
*Please send to your spouse and other couples, not for the purpose of condemnation, but for continuous improvement of your/their love relationship*

Wedding Gift Explodes, Kill Groom, Grandma And Bride Seriously Injured

Wedding Gift Explodes, Kill Groom, Grandma And Bride Seriously Injured

The beautiful couple on their wedding day


Wedding gift explosion…Kills groom, grandma and bride seriously injured

A newly-married man in the Indian eastern state of Odisha was killed and his wife critically injured when a gift that they had received for their wedding reception exploded. The man’s grandmother also died in the blast. The incident took place in Odisha’s Bolangir district on Friday, just five days after their wedding, the police said.

The police are trying to identify who gave the package to the couple at their reception ceremony on Wednesday and what kind of explosive was used in the incident. The gift package that was brought home after the reception, exploded when they opened it, they said.

The elderly woman was killed on the spot while her grandson (the groom) died at a hospital in Rourkela where he was shifted to after being injured. 

The wife of the man who was also severely injured in the explosion at their residence is still undergoing treatment at a government hospital in Burla.

Patnagarh Sub-Divisional Police Officer Sesadeva Bariha had said, “The police have collected evidence and an investigation is on.”

Bolangir Chief District Medical Officer S. Mishra said the elderly woman was declared “brought dead” at the Bolangir district headquarters hospital. ”The man (Groom) injured in the blast also died at the Ispat General Hospital in Rourkela,” he added.

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