Have you ever wondered which hurts the most:
Saying something and wishing you hadn't, or saying nothing and wishing you had?
I read that statement somewhere around the World Wide Web* and it got me thinking...Have I ever felt that way? Hurt by something I haven't said or by something I wish I hadn't?
Getting really deep into that question I realize I don’t have just one answer. I can find a dozen of them and none of them is simple or easy to verbalize. I could say that its better saying everything you need to say so later on life you won’t need to wonder ‘What if..?’ But what if that something you have to say will most surely change completely your life, or someone else’s, and most surely not for the better? What if you already know what will be the comeback for whatever you want to say? Are you really going to attempt a broken heart? Worse, a broken friendship? Or even worse, both, at the same time? You can call me a drama queen all you want, but I've seen that happen; I've felt the consequences of that.
Around 60% of what we say doesn't involve words, but gestures and facial/body expressions we do mostly unconsciously. I can only guess how much information I've missed and how many of my deepest secrets were released unconsciously...
First I'd like to apologize for let you without anything new here for a month (I can't actually believe it has been that long, sorry)
Here's another one of my 'Have you ever...' posts :D it's been a while since the last one. So, what do you think? A little feedback would be awesome!!
*Oh, and if you know who wrote that quote in the beginning would you please let me know so I'll give credit to the owner?! Thank you :)