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60 Things No Spouse Ever Wants to Hear

Best Life Logo By Julia Malacoff of Best Life | Slide 1 of 61: Communication is key to any healthy marriage. In fact, speaking openly and honestly makes partners more forgiving, is linked to reduced spousal depression, and can promote improvements in relationship quality, according to a 2017 review of more than 1,100 relationship studies and articles published in the Journal of Family Theory & Review.That said, sometimes your approach to a difficult conversation doesn't always yield the results you'd like. And you probably know by now that brutal honesty isn't always the best policy. Want to be sure you don't make a mistake that could derail your marriage? Then be sure to avoid the following 60 phrases you should never utter to your spouse, according to relationship experts. And to start strengthening your marriage, check out the 50 Best Marriage Tips of All Time.

60 Things No Spouse Ever Wants to Hear

Communication is key to any healthy marriage. In fact, speaking openly and honestly makes partners more forgiving, is linked to reduced spousal depression, and can promote improvements in relationship quality, according to a 2017 review of more than 1,100 relationship studies and articles published in the Journal of Family Theory & Review.

That said, sometimes your approach to a difficult conversation doesn't always yield the results you'd like. And you probably know by now that brutal honesty isn't always the best policy. Want to be sure you don't make a mistake that could derail your marriage? Then be sure to avoid the following 60 phrases you should never utter to your spouse, according to relationship experts. And to start strengthening your marriage, check out the 50 Best Marriage Tips of All Time.

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