What Aren’t You Saying?: Young Couples Skip the Tough Convos

September 30, 2011  |  

Are you open and honest when it comes to talking about tough issues with the boo? Can you disagree without someone flipping out?

If your relationship is a little volatile, it’s better that you have the complicated conversations instead of sweeping everything under the rug.

Turns out many young couples are doing just that. Pretending the big issues will go away.

Find out what these couples are not talking about over at Your Tango.com

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  • U better speak up. I have been there and done that, now we're getting a divorce. Not saying that was the cause, but it didn't help.

  • I am a 29 year old female and have been in a relationship with my hubby for almost 7 years now and we are soon getting married. If it wasn't for communication we wouldn't have made it this far. I'm not saying communicating is always easy but it is definitely needed if you want your relationship to work. Put communication first and your pride on the back burner.

  • I am 29 and have been in a relationship with my significant other for almost 7 years and we are soon getting married. Although at times it can be hard to communicate it is needed because without communication the relationship will not survive.


    So right on the money.

    There's a lot of tough issues & it often feels too risky to really confront what's going on.

  • Kellz

    Cosign w/ Groin. I am 28 and I can promise you this the first date is the only time I can get a good convo out of a guy. By the time I get home my inbox has one or more half naked or naked pics.. I am totally over it really

    • JustAshley

      LOL. Thats wild. I've had a couple exes who were pretty good at communicating. I think its harder for guys because they aren't encouraged to express themselves.