I used to find it difficult to understand why there are people who would choose to remained silent when obviously the truth will help to clear the misundertanding and one's innocent guilt.
Whenever I came to the part of the movie/ drama, I would:
"Eller... just tell la... what is so difficult?"
"Silly, explain je, remained silent wont help, okay?"
Logically, we tend to think that explanation helps to solve the issue faced. Yes, it does, I dont deny the fact that it does, most of the time.
Yet, it might backfire too.
Sometimes, it is the fact that will hurt the other person's feelings, and you only realised it after you have done so or it might lead to another even worse/ complicated circumstances that you never thought it would ever happen.
Some people choose to sacrifice themselves and let the truth to be known one day naturally.
What if the day never arrive?
Some people are simply too tired to engage anymore emotion to care. Choose to ignore and let go, which usually is only the temporary let go.
What about in the future?
Some choose not to confront the situation on the spot, but later create chaos indirectly.
Is that really how you want to solve the problem?
Anything can become very complicated.
Is complicated healthy?