April 19th, 2017 Song of the day: Khalid РLocation

Doubt this will become a regular thing, but I might as well try doing this. This song is amazing, Khalid’s voice is so heavenly. The perfect summer song, can’t wait to put together my summer playlist this year. ¬†Also has such a great sing-a-long chorus:
“Send me your location, let’s
Focus on communicating
‘Cause I just need the time and place to come through (place to come through)
Send me your location
Let’s ride the vibrations
I don’t need nothing else but you”

Anyways, to continue on with the point of this post the word of the day is communication. More importantly, the significance of communication. In relationships communication is key, successfully conveying your feelings and ideas to your significant other is the foundation of a relationship. Without a secure line of communication your relationship is damaged from the start and risks falling apart. There are 3 main types of communication: spoken/verbal, non-verbal and written communication. In today’s society we heavily rely on written communication. Everything is done by texting and e-mailing, surprisingly this was a big upgrade from our letter writing days(which still seems to hold a very strong romantic gesture in today’s era). A lot of couples prefer spoken and verbal communication over written communication, facetime(video-camming via phone) and late night telephone calls close the distance in a relationship. The most underrated form of communication is non-verbal; body language, gestures, how we act or dress and even our scent is very important. Letting our partner know what type of mood we are in can change the whole atmosphere and the way your partner acts around you. It’s important to take into consideration another person’s feelings and if you express yourself in a manner that lets your partner know you aren’t happy they can adjust themselves to help you out. Remember a relationship requires two people, you both have to be willing to sacrifice and put forth effort for the sake of your significant other. Giving somebody everything goes a long way in a relationship.