LESS TALK, BIG MIS­TAKE!

Sun.Star Pampanga - - PERSPECTIVE! - MA. CRISTINA F. MAGTANONG

Nowa­days, the very main rea­son why re­la­tion­ship fails, be­cause it lacks of good commu nica­tion. Fear, shame, pride is one of the fac­tors that hin­der a good con­ver­sa­tion. I know that we have this quo­ta­tion of “The fam­ily that prays to­gether stays to­gether.”, but other than this, I also strongly agree that the fam­ily who talks con­stantly, lives joy­fully. Youth can be in­flu­enced by dif­fer­ent fac­tors such as peers and me­dia, good thing if their peers are good in­flu­encers. These fac­tors sat­isfy their needs; words of af­fec­tion, words of ap­pre­ci­a­tion, and words of en­cour­age­ment. Words will be fu­tile if they will be kept in mind, but words will be fruit­ful if they will be spo­ken. Words are too pow­er­ful, it can make two is­lands, two worlds and two hearts con­nected. There was no re­la­tion­ship that grew in a silent way and no bro­ken heart was healed in a quiet place. The best way to grow a re­la­tion­ship is to com­mu­ni­cate con­stantly, so in­stead of less talk, make it “Let us talk and make good mem­o­ries.”

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