A Good Communicator
You can congratulate yourself — and thank those who helped you to grow into the good communicator you are today. You recognise that communication is the essence of healthy, lasting relationships. You don’t expect your partner to understand what’s bothering you unless you spell it out for them. You don’t fear arguments (which are preferable to silence) and accept that having frequent and often heavy discussions with your partner is a sign of the strength of a relationship, not a reflection of its weakness. You probably learnt how to communicate from your parents, who encouraged you to vocalise and discuss your feelings from an early age; they have done you an enormous service. Above all, you understand that the role of a lover is to be – at points — a teacher: helping a partner to understand your flaws as you understand theirs, so that the relationship ends up as a mutual exploration of one another’s complicated realities.
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