'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
Even this challenging situation would ease
Well, the reasons you mentioned above are all fitting but you have to mention this term too.
"Saturation point". Everything has a saturation point, even communication. We communicate mainly to inform right?
What if you exhaust all of your info? You can't take the conversation further and your partner isn't talking.
In my case it's usually the saturation point that extinguishes a talk.
What to do in those circumstances? Distract your friend. Play a game. Take them somewhere. Sometimes actions compensate communication better than words. When you do stuff together, there's a lot of conversation going on subconsciously.
That's how you can renew an extinguished conversation.
The stronger a light shines the darker are the shadows around it.
Similarly in the house also, I never argue with my wife or children. I will tell them my point of view and then leave it to them. Only if any very important matter is there then only I will argue and see that the things will fall in line.
It is easy to convince a knowledgeable person or a person who don't know anything about the subject. But convincing a half knowledge man is very very difficult. So it is not wise to argue with them.
Always the arguments should go in a healthy way. You should not argue with a person who is not ready listen. It should not be on personal ground. The argument should be always on topic based. Then we can have a useful discussions. No one should think from whom that point came. If the point is good accept it.