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Have you ever had so much you wanted to say to a person, but never had the opportunity to say it? You wonder "if only I had said this I would feel so much better." But will we really feel better? Will anything ever really change?

We think our words may change how somone feels or thinks. Yet our words are our own thoughts, ideas, and feelings. They are not anybody else's. Saying how you feel to someone else does not make them immediatly adapt the same feelings. I doubt it even changes how they think at all.

Yet here I am, wishing I had said what I wanted to say. Wishing the chance was there. Would it really have made a difference?

Are words really that powerful?