When we are young, we hear the word 'Listen' more times than we like. We need to listen to our parents and teachers
and it is also vital for our safety and learning about the world that we listen and do as we are told. Then, we grow up and it is our time to finally 'talk' and for others to listen to us.
Deep down, we would like or even expect everyone to listen to us. We fall in love or become very fond of people, merely because they listen attentively to us, expressing this way their pleasure in our company and everything we have to say. Other times, we feel depressed, prisoners in relationships where nobody is really listening. And then, at times, we forget to listen ourselves.