Dating someone who gets angry
And the reality is that you’re angry with yourself for doing so much to begin with.This is when it’s important to take a step back and address the issue: are you mad at him for his actions, or frustrated with yourself for going above and beyond, without receiving anything in return? Once you can address and determine why you’re feeling this way you can begin to know how to control your anger effectively.Bottling up your frustration or expressing it the wrong way can instantly result in a loss of intimacy in your twosome.Part of maturing as an individual and as a partner is learning how to control your anger.Usually, we bottle up our anger so much that we wind up unleashing it on a man in a way he can’t hear – or we express anger about something completely different than what we’re actually angry about.If you’ve ever blown up at a man because he didn’t pick up after himself when you were actually craving more romance and attention from him – you were really feeling angry about feeling unloved, not about his dirty socks.
Part of controlling your anger in a relationship is getting comfortable with the uncomfortable. It’s so unfair of you to make me wait,” he’ll just shut down.In trying to manage a man and a relationship, you also lose out on discovering how a man truly feels about you.So let go of the need to control things, and instead allow yourself to be surprised.We women have a habit of not speaking up about our true feelings. But the truth is that the waters get choppy when we don’t express ourselves.When you don’t voice your needs, you end up in situations that aren’t good for you.