Situations become difficult because honest conversations are not had

Sometimes in Life you may not want to have some conversations.
You may want to run away from them. But don’t.
It is through simple, honest, conversations, however difficult they may be, that you can attempt to resolve tricky situations or at least get things off your chest, leading you to peace. The reason why you want to avoid talking to some people is because you experience them differently. You don’t see them as being open, having integrity or matching up to your standards of thinking. First, know that it is absolutely fine to think the way you are thinking about people. You are normal. Now that you feel better, remember also that people are different the world over. Just as you are entitled to your opinion others are too. And if their opinion does not match yours, so be it. There is nothing tragic about a difference of opinion or perspective. Don’t dramatize the way you feel about it.
Instead of conjuring up a non-existent emotional scenario in your mind, go out there and speak your mind. And if you don’t want to do it upfront, please join if the other party starts a conversation. Don’t react. Just state what you feel. Don’t intellectualize, don’t sermonize. Speak from the heart sincerely, without fearing how you will be interpreted. Give the situation and the person you speak to dignity. Know that you may not be able to generate a resolution but you would have moved in the right direction. You will feel better. And that’s the first and most important step to peace and joy. It is only from your inner joy that you can generate joy in your circle of influence, which includes the person(s) that you are trying to avoid just now.
Conversations are not difficult to have. You make situations difficult by not having honest conversations! 

Author: AVIS Viswanathan

the happynesswala - Inspired Speaker, Life Coach and Author of "Fall Like A Rose Petal"; Inspiring 'Happyness'!

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