In life there are usually three facets -
> doing the right thing,
> doing the wrong thing,
> and doing nothing.
Right is usually good, but can also be premised on making other people happy at your own expense. In this sense, right is wrong. Also, doing right by yourself may not be seen as such by others who will perceive wrong regardless of fact or intent.
Wrong can lead to disagreements and arguments, but not many of us set out to be deliberately wrong and it is only someone's perception/bias that makes it so.
Discussion can lead to clashes of opinion, ultimately to argument and heated exchanges. While these can feel intimidating, provided the arguments centre on the facts and not the individual, results can be positive and 'right' through the lens of mutual understanding and respect for each other's perspective.
Since the notion of right and wrong is quite subjective, it is fair to assume that for every right there will always be a wrong, inasmuch as Yin must be in balance with Yang - two sides to every coin, etc. (If not for this simple truth, the world would have no need for lawyers!).
So any decision is a good one, be it right or wrong, as it leads you to a new place of self awareness and discovery.
Doing nothing, however, can lead to despair and a sense of hopelessness. Ironically, after some arguments this is what happens from ceasing communication - doing nothing has no right or wrong, just a chasm of doubts, anger, self blame.
My beloved English teacher once said 'Say what you mean and mean what you say' - funny how some things just stick...