One Of The Biggest Relationship Mistakes We Can Make

Words are proof that human beings can “cast spells.”

Words have an effect on our heart rate, blood pressure, and as was demonstrated in the famous water experiments conducted by Dr. Masura Emoto, even on the cells and molecules of our bodies.

In these experiments, words were taped to the exterior of containers containing water molecules. Words like, “Thank you” and “I love you”. The crystals were then frozen and produced spectacular, beautiful cohesive patterns not unlike snowflakes.

Conversely, when negative words such as “I hate you” and “You make me sick” were attached to the containers, the frozen water molecules displayed incoherent patterns that were anything but beautiful and geometric. Considering that our bodies are made up of over 70% water, imagine the impact words have on our physiology and our relationships.

The hardest lesson I’ve learned is that words spoken in anger, without consideration for the their immense power, can severely damage even the best relationships. They can leave scars that last a lifetime. They can’t be unsaid.

Strive to choose the words you use in a relationship carefully. Allow them to mirror the love and respect you feel for the person you are speaking to – no matter how angry you may be in the moment.

It isn’t always easy, but it is always worth it.

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