Offering an example of poor communication, baseball legend Casey Stingel said, “All right everyone, line up alphabetically, according to your height.”
Clear communication is important in any sport – including marriage. The Bible warns us to “avoid irreverent babble” (2 Timothy 2:16).
Married sex addicts and their spouses have experienced more than their fair share of conflict. The answer is to learn the art of good communication.
Writing for Stevenson University, Yemi Faleti says, “Clear communication decreases the potential for conflict, and when conflict does arise, it ensures that the situation is resolved in a respectful manner.”
Recovery Step: Work hard on your communication skills. It will make a difference in your recovery, your marriage, and your life.