• Love Advice



  • Relationships & Love Feelings

  • Love Quotes

    Loving someone requires your loving actions!

  • Thinking About Love

  • Relationships Site Map

    Mobile App  Twitter


    Love Messages


    The Best Relationship Love Advice Ever

    Love Like A Diamond, Sphere Of Love Performance Techniques

    Top Dating Advice And Tips For Singles

    Maintaining A Happy Marriage With Congruent Appreciation

    Love Grows Through Humility

    Forgiveness Is Loves Prerequisite

    Expand Love, Increase Your Personal Assets

    Top Ten Reasons Why I Love You

    Best Reasons For Marriage

    Lost Your Love Feelings

    Be The Real You, You're Valuable

    Free Yourself From Previous Pains

    Gay Rights, Secular Culture Flaws

    People That Claim They Never Lie, Quit It!

    Valentine's Day Ideas

    REALLY CUTE GIFT IDEAS
    Beautiful bedding sets!

    Living Together Before Getting Married

    Speaking Words Of Love

    Say I Love You Moments

    True Feelings Of Love

    Quality Time, Needing Attention And Affection

    Dating Clothing, Your Dating Clothes

    I Love You, An Outward Expression

    Super Healthy Love Thoughts

    Love With An Otherness Mindset
    Romantic Gold Roses Delivered!
    14 days free

    Love Is Most Important

    Best Love Quotes Top Romantic Quotations Love Verses

    Why Did He Cheat On Me?

    Top 3 Reasons For Marriage Problems

    Staying Together Is Loves Commitment

    Fixing Marriage Problems

    Solving Your Relationship Issues

    Understanding Emotions And Controlling Anger

    Love Problems And Solutions

    What Happens When You Don't Love Your Spouse?

    Healthy Love Advice Unlocking The Barriers To Love

    Top 100 Questions Before Getting Divorced

    Cheating In Marriage, Sexual Affairs

    Helpful Insights Into The Two Sexes

    Men In Touch With Their Feelings

    Positive Thinking Behaviors

    Speaking Life To Each Other

    Best Dating Questions To Ask Your Dates

    How Do I Know If He Loves Me?

    Tips to improve your sex life

    He or She Won't Have Sex With Me

    Assuming Communication Without Communicating

    How To Better Communicate With Your Spouse or Partner

    Love Guidelines For A Happy Marriage

    Increase Love By Multiplying Its Expansion

    Discerning Character, Dating Advice

    Top Ten Ways Boyfriends Can Say I Love You

      « | Showing | »

      Words Of Love, Speaking With Compassion And Honesty

      By Guide

      Speaking words with love requires us to first think and process our thoughts in accordance with loving intentions. Words of love can be filled with feelings of compassion, with affirmation, encouragement, wisdom, and truth. Our words can also be harmful if they are not carefully considered and spoken with love. Words of love are initiated out of love, loving words build up, enlighten, uplift, and encourage intellectual or moral improvement. Caring people speak words of love through compassion, by way of understanding and truthfulness.

      Words of love are also represented by the tones of our voices. Soft tones bring gentle vocalization, which is pleasant to listening ears. Calm speech soothes, consoles, and comforts, it is quiescent, marked by a state of tranquil repose. The more pleasant sounding our words are, the more loving they are, and the more they will be received. To subdue our words means to compose them with thoughtfulness, and then speak them softly.

      Speaking words of love often requires us to be honest, truthful words, spoken with love, can be liberating. We sometimes need someone to tell us that we are erring in our ways, love does not hinder or enable poor behavior. However, love does bring truth with thoughtfulness, love is gentle and kind, it is not rude. Love speaks the truth with compassion, not with cruelty, and love listens by way of humility. Sometimes it is the truth that people resent, not necessarily the manner in which it was spoken.

      Quite often we are unable to accept honest words of love from the people who are closest to us, from those we love and respect the most. Perhaps we have some misguided beliefs that love never says the words that benefit those who listen. If we already think we know it all, we certainly must be perfect. The obstructions to the honest words of love descend from unreasonable and inordinate self-esteem, (unhealthy pride). You know the truth, I know the truth, but you are not going to admit it regardless of the way it is spoken, and regardless of the ramifications. Humility will save far more relationships than will dishonesty, and prideful reactions are sources of fire.

      Loud boisterous words are like clanging the bell, they lack in restraint and discipline. They are turbulent and will only agitate irritations. When people use rough boisterous words they are likely cause pain, bring about frustration, or initiate fear within their partner. Words of this behavior are unfriendly and are likely to cause anger or resentment. Once someone has been hurt, frustrated, or has become fearful, they will be more prone to emotional reactions.

      Reactions often govern our words, we often allow our emotions to do our thinking, as well as our speaking. Folks open their mouths and allow words to come off of their tongues that are often damaging and hurtful. When people get angry they speak without control, because they are out of control. Being in control requires us to be able to bite our tongues in order to avoid unwholesome talk. Many couples allow grievances to control them and their conversations to a point where their words are directed like they came from a sharply honed arrow. In their anger, they allow themselves to fire word weapons with pinpoint accuracy at each others hearts. Have you ever watched a couple of young children bicker?

      We are accountable for our words, surely you have said some words that lacked love, and at some point you wished that you could take those words back. We have got to be thinking before we are speaking. We can not take back inconsiderate words. Thoughtless, mean, and degrading words only tear down, and render our speech fruitless. Negative words in relationships will only kindle fires of destruction, bitter words will provoke bitterness. Instead of allowing our pain or anger to speak for us, we need to control ourselves, control our emotions, and let our minds do the word processing.

      Understand that other people will get emotional, our character is defined by our responses. We can be understanding, humble, and compassionate, we do not have to react as others act. Speak to others as you would like to be spoken to and you will save yourself a lot of grief. Let the words in your relationships be filled with love, thoughtful, and respectful. Be kind, use words of edification, wisdom, encouragement, and motivate others with softly spoken words of love.

      Instead, by speaking the truth in love, we will grow up completely… Ephesians 4:15

      The one who guards his mouth preserves his life; The one who opens wide his lips comes to ruin. Proverbs 13:3

      Pleasant words are a honeycomb, sweet to the soul and healing to the bones. Proverbs 16:24

      By a soft answer wrath is turned away, but a bitter word is a cause of angry feelings. Proverbs 15:1

      Whoever has knowledge controls his words, and a person who has understanding is even-tempered. Proverbs 17:27

      Stop being bitter and angry and mad at others. Don’t yell at one another or curse each other or ever be rude. Instead, be kind and merciful, and forgive others, just as God forgave you because of Christ. Ephesians 4:31-32 (CEV)
       


      Facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedintumblr
      twitterpinterestlinkedinrssyoutubevimeotumblr

      Topics: Communicating | 1 Comment »

      After reading the love article, do you feel that you have personally benefited by the insight? Do you think you have benefited by a value of at least $5 dollars? It does cost money to run this web site, your gifts of gratitude would be greatly appreciated. Give until it feels good, Thank you for being a blessing!




      One Response to “Words Of Love, Speaking With Compassion And Honesty”

      1. 1
        Dupsie Says:

        God has given you the grace to heal through words. Keep it up. God bless you!

      Love Thoughts

      Time limit is exhausted. Please reload the CAPTCHA.