When someone is speaking, give them your full attention and listen to what they are saying without interrupting or judging them.
Pay attention to nonverbal cues, such as body language, tone of voice, and facial expressions, to better understand what your partner is trying to convey.
Clearly communicate your thoughts and feelings using "I" statements, so that your partner can understand your perspective.
Recognize your own emotions and understand how they can affect your communication with your partner.
Acknowledge your partner's feelings and let them know that you understand and empathize with them.
Instead of placing blame or criticizing your partner, focus on finding solutions to problems and working together to resolve conflicts.
Be willing to consider your partner's point of view and be open to compromise.
Learn to forgive your partner and move forward, even when mistakes are made.
Work together to find solutions to problems and make a plan to implement those solutions.