A valuable lesson I have learned the hard way so many times. It seems that honesty isn't the best policy in other people's eyes, but in my world and eyes it is, but so far no one has really understood that or appreciated me for it. I find myself regretting it more and more. If a guy tries to holler at you and he is really persistent and yall cannot stand one another, and their partner wants to know about this and you tell them, but they do not know how to handle the information given to them, and then they go as far as saying they are tired of hearing about them and if they don't hear about them then they will feel a lot better, a lot less frustrated, less irritable and more confident in things between the two of you. And to find out that their confidence that they once had in their relationship has dropped is a terrible feeling for the other person to carry around and bear. Because of that, it only makes that person not feel comfortable telling the other person anything because they want to keep the peace in the relationship and that's just how things end up going, and folks wonder why communication remains to be one of the most difficult things to do to maintain a relationship of any kind. No one wants to hear or see the truth that is given and placed before their eyes. They don't want to see the fact that it takes hard work to keep things going the way it should go. Instead they rather see the greener side of things, when things are not always going to be that way because reality says that there will be challenges and obstacles that come our way and strong people fight through them as a team rather than divide and let those obstacles and challenges conquer. With that being said, until I find the right people who is willing to work with me and appreciate my honesty, then I guess the title of this thread will continue to stand tall.... Any opinions?