Communication plays an integral role in our relationships. Although, unhealthy communication patterns can be detrimental in the growth of these relationships, be it couples, family or even friendship. In this short video below, Ms. Amrita Kajaria lists down four unhealthy communication patterns in relationships researched by The Gottman Institute.
Role of communication is relationships is one of the first approaches taken forward in a relationship counseling session. It is important to acknowledge that not any form of communication is healthy for the relationship. Moreover, there are certain unhealthy patterns which couples should be mindful of in order to avoid conflict.
Ms. Amrita Kajaria, a mental health counselor, talks about the four unhealthy communication patterns that can cause conflict in a relationship. In the full video shared below, the antidotes for these unhealthy communication patterns are also discussed. If you are someone trying to resolve conflict in your relationship through healthy communication, then do watch the full video as it can help you deal with conflict in a psychologically proven manner.
About Ms. Amrita Kajaria
Ms. Amrita Kajaria is a psychologist based out of Aurangabad. She has also gained specialized training in Mental Health Counselling, Transactional Analysis, Mental Health First Aid. Ms. Amrita has been supporting individuals with various psychological issues such as mood based concerns, personality based issues, relationship problems and more.
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