“Watch What You Say” (I’m Just Saying)
One of the most damaging aspect of a relationship is not what you do, but what you say. Your mouth is a dangerous weapon. Whoever wrote that saying “Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words can never hurt me,” was a lair. Words can leave deep scars. When we are in a relationship, we have to learn to watch what we say and how we say it to our mates.
You should always watch what you say, because once words leave your mouth they are gone and you can never take them back. You can apologize, but the words will always play in the back of that person’s mind. Depending on how hurtful the words were he or she may never get over them.
This is especially important to remember if you find yourself in a heated argument with them. A lot of time when we argue, we like to go for what I like to call “gut blows“. We try to find the most hurtful thing we could possibly say to our mate, in order to win an argument. The sad part is most of the time when we really set back and think about it we regret everything that came out of our mouth. However, by then it is usually too late and the damage is done.
So my advice is don’t do it, because you wouldn’t want it did to you. And if you really love them you would want to watch what you say anyway. This is just another one of those things to think about the next time you get ready to argue, with your mate. I’m Just Saying