Emotional Issues

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Emotional Issues

J Peach J Peach
Is your significant other weird with intense emotions other than happiness? My partner has issues with seeing me sad or angry, and refuses to deal with it sometimes. I am rarely ever sad or angry, but I don't know what to do to get him to accept that they are natural human emotions. If I'm sad/mad about something that doesn't have to do with him, he's fine with it, but if I'm sad/mad about something HE did, he won't listen and shuts me out. I don't know what to do.
03/22/2012
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El-Jaro El-Jaro
I'm sorry you're having issues!

It'd depend on how long you've been together, I guess. If you've only been together a short time, I'd cut loose and find someone else who can deal with emotions.

If you've been together for a while and plan on staying together, couples counseling might be a good idea.

Good luck!
03/23/2012
- Kira - - Kira -
I'll echo JR on this one. If you have been together a long time, couples therapy is a great way to go. If that doesn't work out or he's unwilling to go, then it's probably time to walk away anyhow.
03/23/2012
indiglo indiglo
Yeah, I totally agree. If you both want to work on it, then go for it! If you do, you might even look up some information about Imago Mirroring Dialogues - they are incredibly helpful in facilitating good communication. Otherwise, you just have to decide if you want to live like that, or find someone else who will be a bit more emotionally mature/stable. Best wishes!
03/23/2012
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