Have you had too many problems with your partner lately? Surely you are thinking a thousand and one things that may be going wrong. Maybe you are blaming yourself, or blaming him. But in this case, it is best to assess the state of your relationship and draw conclusions from there. And we will help you.
Why is my partner mad at me for everything? To do?
A relationship has fights and arguments all the time. It’s very normal and we all go through it. But when home becomes a daily battlefield, and it seems like you’re overwhelming your partner. It is a clear sign that something is wrong. If your partner gets mad at you all the time, and it seems like there’s nothing you can’t do because chaos breaks out, it’s time for the two of you to have a very serious conversation.
It is not valid to say that the culprit is you, or the culprit is him. Because to reach that conclusion, both of you have to sit down and talk like adults and try to solve your problems. You can end up in three different situations:
- Realize your failures: It is very true that women tend to be irritably stubborn at times. But if your partner opens his heart to you, and shows all the failures you have had, it is your duty to listen and commit to improve. Otherwise, all the problems will continue and this time it will be your fault.
- Your partner is no longer comfortable with the relationship: In the worst case, the reason why your partner seems not to support you is because they are. Many men fear breakups, and therefore they always take a defensive attitude that does not allow you to enter their life.
- The daily stress is being able to more than him: When we have too much accumulated stress, anyone begins to react badly to any stimulus. It would not be strange for your partner to be going through something like this, and in that case you should support him at all times and it is not recommended that you reproach him for anything yet.
Is it normal for my partner to stop talking to me after a fight?
After a strong fight, the healthiest thing is for both of you to walk away for a few minutes or even hours. For a rocky relationship, fighting or arguing when your nerves are still on edge will only get worse. Because it is in those moments where they do not measure the words, and everything that comes out of their mouth is to hurt and denigrate the other.
When your partner walks away so as not to continue a fight, you must give him his space. As long as this kind of attitude doesn’t go on for too long, it’s the best thing to do for both of you. Once he is calmer, you can talk to solve all his problems.
However, if your partner prefers not to solve anything and ignore you for days. It is a clear sign that he is being very immature. Not wanting to solve the lawsuits only reveals a trait of his egoistic and rude personality. If you really are his priority he should want to fix everything with you as soon as possible.
Communication between couples is something that should never be lacking. Especially when they are having too much trouble. Since it is through it that they can know each other better, they know what the desires, insecurities and annoyances of the other are and they can commit to change. Otherwise it would just be an empty relationship that will never go anywhere.
How can I improve to they can know each other better, they know what the desires, insecurities and annoyances of the other are and they can commit to change. top arguing so much with my partner?
The more they know each other, the better it will be as a couple. The fundamental pillars that must be reinforced the most in their relationship are: Respect, love, communication, trust and sex.
When one of them begins to fail, they all fall apart little by little. And therefore, the relationship cannot work. For a proper balance to exist, both of you must know how to communicate with each other and how to listen.
More important than talking is listening. And empathize with the insecurities and annoyances of our partner to know how to react and improve. If we keep thinking of ourselves, we will not succeed in any relationship.