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Speak Out, dude!

More often than not, we find ourselves dumb. Dumb enough to not speak out what we intend to. And why is that so? It’s simple. It’s a choice we make and many at times, it turns out to be wrong.
When we choose to bury our feelings, we act differently. We may not make ourselves available to others and withdraw, or just not be fully engaged when we do spend time with other people. At other times, we can react inappropriately because our emotions are pulling us in a different direction from where we really want or need to go. When you express how you feel (in an appropriate manner), problems get solved, relationship issues get resolved, and life is easier. In addition, you will like your life better because you are not holding unto unhealed or confusing feelings. But sometimes, we have to hold back from speaking out the truth because the situation requires to do so.
Talking is a vital means of expressing, sharing and conversing. It’s at the heart of friendships and relationships. It puts words into feelings to our cores and allows us to share what’s happening in our minds and allows others to travel in our world.
Everyone has incredible ideas, thoughts and opinions, but until we designate some method of expression, they remain swimming in endless circles in our brain, depriving everyone else of our unique perspective. Expressing your pain is actually a good way to stop it.
Ultimately, we all want to experience and share the good stuff more than the toxic energies that protrude throughout our days, but it can take a little while to develop the habit. When you open your mouth, you are truly opening your heart and knowing that someone truly hears what you are feeling and understands is soothing to your heart and soul. So what are you waiting for? Go on and speak out, dude!
Thanks, xD


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A 19 year old, It hit me all of a sudden that I could write. An amateur at writing, here I am to showcase emotions of you and me, into writing. Your mind, My words. Thats the concept of Stray Words.

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