Why You Should Always Text Your Partner After A Week Of Silence

In a relationship, arguments are inevitable, and believe it or not, there’ll be silent days that you need to experience. 

Giving each other time and space is important but texting your partner after a week of silence is also a must. This article will share reasons you should text him or her after being silent for a week.

Texting your partner after a week of silence is a must because it helps break the ice and get things back on track. It also gives you a chance to show your partner that you’re still interested in them and that it can clear up any misunderstandings that occur during your absence.

If you’re in a relationship, exploring this topic would be a nice idea. So when the time comes, and you experience it, you know how to handle it carefully.

Is it normal for couples not to talk for a week?

Why You Should Always Text Your Partner After A Week Of Silence

Yes, it’s normal for couples not to talk for a week. When this happens, there are some reasons, and it is relative to every relationship.

Here are just some possible causes.

  • Couples who don’t talk are just trying to avoid discussing something that’s bothering them.
  • Both have been busy and couldn’t find time to connect with each other.
  • Something has happened that is making both of you feel anxious and worried.
  • You had misunderstandings, and you’re not ready to talk about it yet.
  • One or both of you have been feeling rejected or hurt by something the other person said or did, and neither of you wants to bring it up because it could lead to an argument.

However, if your relationship has reached this point where one or both of you are avoiding saying anything about how you feel, then there may be some larger issues at play here. Your relationship might need some work!

Reasons why you should text your partner after a week of silence

As I said earlier, giving each other time and space is important. But you also need to pick yourself up and text your partner after that silence! Here’s why you should do it.

It helps break the ice.

Believe it or not, one week is enough for you to miss each other. And sometimes, your partner is just waiting for you to text him or her to get back in the groove of conversations again.

Some people, like women and introverts, are just shy enough to make the first move to talk back again. But if you dig deeper within their hearts, they’re excited to talk again because they miss you a lot.

You don’t want to miss that chance, right?

It’s a way to say, “I’m sorry, and I want to fix it.”

If the reason for silence stems from an argument, texting your partner would mean you’re apologizing to him or her and that you’re ready to talk.

The goal is not to fix everything immediately. The goal is to show that you’re really trying and willing to work through things with them and yourself!

Communication can mend even the worst of fights.

Communication is key in a relationship, but it’s especially important when you’re fighting with your significant other.

It’s easy to get heated up in an argument and say things you don’t mean, which can lead to hurt feelings or lingering resentment. Texting your partner a week of silence can help both parties calm down and truly listen to each other without distractions.

This technique works best when both partners are committed to following through on it together. If one person doesn’t agree with the idea, it won’t work either, so make sure everyone is on board.

It’s the only way to clear any misunderstandings.

During the week of silence, expect your partner to think absurd things about the situation or even about you. In short, your partner might misunderstand how you treat him or her and even jump to conclusions. 

No one wants that because it would just make the situation even worst.

That’s why texting your partner after a week of silence is important because it’s the only way to clear those misunderstandings. Only you can explain what is true to what is not. And by doing so, you can make the situation better for both of you.

Is it better to stay silent for a week or argue today?

There are many things you can consider when it comes to this question.

On the one hand, if you argue today, you’ll get your point across immediately and can move on with your life. 

But on the other hand, if you stay silent for a week, everyone will forget what they were arguing about in the first place. Then you’ll have an opportunity to come back with a whole new argument!

So what’s the answer? 

Well, that’s up to you! It depends on whether or not you like to argue and how much time you have to make decisions like this.

If you’re indecisive and the situation is just too much pressure for your mind, then maybe it would be better for everyone involved to stay silent for a week before coming back with new information.

But if you like arguing with people and fixing the problem immediately, it’s worth going for it today!

Too much silence is not healthy for a relationship!

Silence can signify respect, but it can also signify something more sinister, a lack of communication.

If you’re in a relationship with a person who refuses to talk about their feelings or tell you what they or want, you may be dealing with a person who doesn’t want to be in the relationship anymore. This is especially true if they’ve kept quiet for a long time.

If your partner isn’t sharing their thoughts, ensure you’re not just waiting for them to change their mind and start talking. Instead, ask yourself why they aren’t talking and take steps to initiate discussion yourself.

It’s easy to avoid speaking up when something bothers you in your relationship, but that’s no way to live. You have to find a way to speak up! It may feel scary at first, but once you start talking about what matters most to you, things will get easier and better.

What’s in it for introverts?

So, for introverts reading this, don’t practice silence too much when you’re in a relationship. Communication is important in a relationship. Regardless of your communication mode, be it texting or in-person, it’s best when you talk after the silence.

Garo Kotchounian

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