"Good communication is the bridge between confusion and clarity."
Communication defines the imparting or exchanging of information by speaking, writing, or using some other medium.
Communication is one of the strongest pillars of any relationship. Effective transmission of thoughts can become the powerful foundation of the bond and inadequate communication definitely weakens the base of any relationship.
When we go through difficult circumstances where we are being challenged emotionally and mentally instead of accumulating and consuming everything inside us, why don't we choose to rise above from this state? Despite having our loved ones by your side, why we choose to drown ourselves into the darkness which will lead us to nowhere? Why we decide on to become the victim of the circumstances? Why don't we look at the brighter side?
We always have other options to settle on. Trust your loved ones and start communicating with them. Start pouring out what's killing you from inside. Sharing always unburden the stress you are carrying.
"We are here to live not to aggregate futile stress inside us to our graves too."
Sometimes a little misunderstanding can destruct the foundation of relationships. Why we always expect others to understand our unspoken words? As time passes by people evolve, people work on themselves to become better than the previous day. Instead of building up false assumptions, "TALK". The reality might be different from what we assumed.
There's always a better option to clear out things and to make a better decision. Talk with your partner, try to keep yourself in their shoes and perceive their perspective. Don't let this facade ruin your peace when you have an option to talk.
Make people feel like "THEY ARE IMPORTANT", talk to them instead of building castles in the sky. Everyone deserves to know what's going on in their partner's mind. That is the key to a healthy relationship.
"Human is a stupid creature who makes mistakes unknowingly. Communication is the solution to clarify doubts. Don't let your assumptions kill you steadily."