I've looked at a few videos on how capacitors work, and have a fairly good, if basic, idea of how they charge (current causes collection of opposite charge in plates, creating electric field between two plates), but what I'm not seeing is how they discharge. No videos I've seen have said anything about this, they've just stated that they discharge. How/why does this discharge occur? Am I correct in assuming that the opposite charges at the plates push each other, causing current? If so, would this mean that discharging current goes in the opposite direction of charging current? Is my current interpretation of how capacitors work correct? If no, where am I going wrong? If yes, is there anything you guys could add to it? Thanks for any input!