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Is it Better to ignore or Discuss the trouble?

Updated on November 7, 2010

I am publishing this hub as answer to the question asked by K9keystrokes. Suppose the situation arised due to some personal problem with your friend or relative. May be u trusted the so-called guy or gal but he/she cheated you ... or did something you think had a negative influence on you.

When you fight with someone whom you love the most, its always so painful that u wanna quit talking to them. But re-thinking the situation will always help you to make a better decision. Ignoring someone without talking to them is not at all a good idea..

Honesty will always do its job...

First if you like the person, they have a right to know why you quit talking to them.. Unless that person knows everything that happend... Its always easy to break a relationship. but remember its hard to rebuild everything back to the same is kinda difficult once its broken completely.

As it says Life is like a mirror once its broken into peices its hard to glue everthing back to its normal state.... Even if its glued, it shows some barriers here and there,, So re0think about what happend... and talk to them about the incident. and tell them the things that hurt you sooo much...

Even after telling them you are not satisfied, dont forget to mention that too .. Everyone will make mistake, but what matters the most is that, who must accept the mistake.. If the person understand the cause of trouble .. its better..!!!

Think of the situation, when someone whom you love quit talking to you without any prior information??? I guess, it hurts more than anything in the world.. So i guess, its always better to talk to them before you quit talking to them...

Sometimes it might be your mis understanding.. Misunderstanding is the mother of breaking every relationship. You might never know how this person gonna help you in your future life. So never try to break a relation unless there is a genuine reason. and you are not satisfied by the explanation they give.. But dont forget to mention to them that you are not satisfied with the explanation they had given.. and tell them you always trusted and you never expected this kind of behaviour from them. And if they come back after a rethinking dont forget to forgive them. :))

Nowadays its common that

"Strangers to friends and Friends again back to strangers.." Always try not to happen that in your life... Life is only once and there is not much time to hurt and hate someone...


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    • Shaan.S profile imageAUTHOR

      Muhamed Shan 

      7 years ago from Doha

      @shampa : yeah ... very true... :)

    • shampa sadhya profile image

      Shampa Sadhya 

      7 years ago from NEW DELHI, INDIA

      Wonderful thought. To rebuild a situation the most important thing required is that both the side must have an open mind and heart. If this happens then reconciliation becomes very easy and warm.

    • Shaan.S profile imageAUTHOR

      Muhamed Shan 

      8 years ago from Doha

      Hope... it was useful...:)

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      India Arnold 

      8 years ago from Northern, California

      Thank you for answering the question with delightful measure. It warms my heart to know that your response has to do with love and honesty. You have done good things here. Thank you.



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