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But just because somebody should do something doesn’t mean they will, for whatever reason. 😉 But be that as it may, it does bother you and my bet is that you are trying to figure out a way to address it without making him defensive or damaging the relationship.
My feeling is that you should take this as an opportunity to learn how to deal with this sort of thing… First and foremost, get a handle about how you feel about it.
Avoid those words and you’ll have much fewer arguments.
🙂 There’s nothing wrong with sharing how you feel with a guy.
It’s not the last time that it will happen and I can tell you that as good as I try to be, I’ll occasionally do what you’re talking about… A trap that I see a lot of couples fall into is that one person is annoyed by what the other one is doing, but instead of figuring out a constructive way to address it, they just hold resentment towards the other person to a degree.
When I say address it, I don’t necessarily mean talking it out.
He won’t get defensive if you put it in these terms.
On the other hand, you definitely do NOT want to come from a place of blaming, assuming or attacking.
Let me tell you, nothing makes me angrier faster than having a woman tell me I “always” do something (whatever it is) wrong or that I “never” do something (whatever it is) right.At the same time, love does not mean that you should expect him to pick up the phone all the time or text you constantly.Guys, lovable as we can be, usually like to use the phone to make a plan and that’s that.Can you give me a reason that would help me understand why this keeps happening? I would say go for understanding, don’t go for resolution.When you put it to him like that, you’re not blaming him, you’re just telling him how you feel and asking for an explanation you can understand.