When nails grow long, we cut nails not fingers. Similarly when misunderstanding grow up, cut your ego, not your relationship. – Anonymous
You cut your nails when they grow, isn’t it? Did you ever cut your fingers too? Certainly not! It is important to understand it for life as well. At times, we have misunderstandings with our near and dear ones, and that’s quite common.
However, it is essential to understand that when misunderstandings grow, we should have the wisdom to cut down our ego and save the relationship.
A lot of people seem to be so bothered about their miseries and misinterpretations that they simply think that cutting down all the knots will be the ideal solution that they could ever get.
Remember that no matter how worse the situation is, you can always consider communicating with each other. Big decisions are taken on either side of the table.
In the same way, no matter even if things turn to be worse, you can still sort it out. All you need is to have a bit of patience, and things will easily fall into place all over again.
One should have enough maturity to talk to each other and settle down the things instead of ruining them all over again. Do not let misunderstandings grow till the time that it becomes a big heap, and you aren’t able to deal with them.
Settle down the things right in the beginning so that you do not have to see any bad day in the near future. Cut down your ego and go, have a healthy discussion. It is important to make sure that you talk to the other person and share your feelings while the other, as well as let the other person share things with you.
This will make sure that both of you are engaged in a healthy relationship. Do not let others spoil anything, not even give this permission to your stupid thoughts.
No matter how many grievances you have, a healthy conversation is capable of sorting out each and everything. All you need is to give some time to each other, and things are sure to fall in their places all by themselves.
When misunderstandings grow up, cut your ego as that is the only thing that seems to restrict you from talking to the other person. It feels as if you will be hurting your own dignity in case you start the conversation, but that is not the case.
Give ample respect to each other, as well as your relationship, and you will feel it much more peaceful than holding onto the grudges and fighting with others as well as your own self all the time.