I merely occasionally lose my cool with my man. Not for the annoying things he does, but for the things he doesn’t do. I believe that since we have been living together for some time, he should already be aware of my preferences. On the other side, I find it difficult to express my desires. If I’m being completely honest, I’m too arrogant to ask for what I want and then seem disappointed when it doesn’t come to me right away. Explicitness doesn’t strike me as particularly romantic.
Sadly, this is what has sparked most of our disagreements. My sweetheart is left helpless and bewildered as to why I am upset once more when he is abruptly given the silent treatment. Sometimes being healthy can cause minor discomfort. Actually, setting up tests for your partner hurts more than if you just did what you were initially afraid to do. Sometimes our worries are more deeply ingrained and require more than just reassurance. It would be a good idea to spend some more time reflecting if you’ve tried being honest with your significant other but you’re still not happy. Seeking the help of a therapist is another fantastic way to look into the causes of your emotions and learn new coping mechanisms. If you test your spouse, you are not being honest with them and you are not being honest with yourself.