No matter where you are in life right now, there’s a good chance you’re not alone. And yet, a lot of us feel disconnected from each other, in the modern day and age. We feel like we have little to no connections, and we’re not sure how to reach out when we really need to. 

For men especially, this can be a problem – it can be hard to open up about your feelings in the face of a society that doesn’t value this, but communication is key for a healthy and happy life. So, let’s go into a little more detail about why communication is so important below.

 

A Problem Shared

If you have a problem, it’s important to share it. Because when you share a problem, you halve it, and that’s important when you’ve got a busy life to live and a lot of stuff to deal with. Reaching out is easier said than done, of course, but you can turn to a loved one, or a licensed professional, and get a cathartic and freeing result because of it. 

And you can talk to people for the ‘silliest’ of reasons too; don’t let yourself be bogged down by trivial details. 

 

Don’t Make it Harder for Yourself

Making it harder for yourself is, ironically, done very easily. Because when you need to communicate with someone, you can start second guessing yourself, and putting the talk you need to have off and off again. But it’s always much better to get everything out in the open, rather than leave yourself drifting in limbo with your feelings. 

So, try not to make it harder for yourself. Give yourself a time and place if need be, and even draft out that message multiple times before you call or face someone and have to say it to them. Or ask someone else for advice if you’re not sure what to do; all in all, don’t let yourself be alone in your attempts to communicate. 

 

People Need People

People are made to be around people, and it’s hard to be entirely on your own, no matter how much of a loner you naturally are. After all, alone and lonely are very different things, and it’s important to remember that when you feel like reaching out to someone. You don’t need to feel guilty, you don’t need to ‘man up’, and you certainly don’t need to find the solution to your problem all by yourself. 

Get on the phone, or text someone, to get the ball rolling. If no one’s currently available, you could use some chatlines, but you could also leave a message, or double text, or send a reminder later on. Just keep in mind that you’re not annoying someone, and that it’s perfectly fine to get in touch with the people you love, no matter how much it takes. 

Communication is key for health and happiness. Let it out, surround yourself with people, and brush up on your skills.


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