Answer (1 of 15): Give him time.
Again, it’s key to note that, even if his behavior seems triggered by you or your actions, that it is not your fault.
. He betrayed your trust and you may be so angry you could scream. .
fc-falcon">Yes, I think he has a right to be mad.
. He's training you to believe that the right thing is to do whatever he wants and follow his orders, and if you fail to do so then you're a bad partner and a shitty person. Believe it or not, many men fear emotionally-driven conversations that leave them open to their vulnerabilities.
Believe it or not, many men fear emotionally-driven conversations that leave them open to their vulnerabilities.
He's training you to believe that the right thing is to do whatever he wants and follow his orders, and if you fail to do so then you're a bad partner and a shitty person.
I have some pretty bad trust issues and typically shove it down as he gives me no reason to not trust him, but last night I saw that.
. A lot of people struggle with control issues, and they can cause a lot of anger. .
Anger can manifest as avoidance, snippiness, negative body language, aggressiveness, or. My boyfriend says I shouldn't blame myself as I was intoxicated, but I should. He is one of those people who is very insistent or pushy to have the things he wants in a certain amount of time; He also doesn't have a job. Spending too much time on your phone, doing everything with your partner, or being overly picky could lead to problems in your. You were talking about him behind his back, basically.
Of course, there are a lot of reasons why he might stay silent, but being mad at you is.
. class=" fc-falcon">This is controlling behavior.
stomach upset and other physical concerns.
If he gets into a bad mood and isn't aggressive toward you or anything (starting arguments, being rude/sarcastic, etc.
I don't just wish I could forget, I wish it never happened.
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