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relationship rant/worrys

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anotherrelationshiprant Sun 08-May-05 00:55:48

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anotherrelationshiprant Sun 08-May-05 01:16:57

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anotherrelationshiprant Sun 08-May-05 02:05:36

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pinkroses Sun 08-May-05 09:39:34

Hi, what's happening in his life? Does he enjoy his job? It could be a jealousy issue, you know, you are doing a little beter than him. Men like to feel as if they are in control.

How long have you been together? Maybe you have just hit a rough patch.

bizzi Sun 08-May-05 10:45:16

Our Relate counsellor would say that you're balancing each other out. Can you think back to when you've been low, has he kept the family spirit up? Equally can you think of times when he appeared on form and emotionally strong, apparently this allows you to dip emotionally. Consequently your perfect relationship steadies the equilibrium. Whatever, this is the explanation we've been given for similar episodes in our relationship.
Another thing, following the Mars and Venus theory, men need space, try letting him 'visit' his cave' for a few days then, tackle this area again. I mean ask him what it was/is that you appear to have done to have upset him.
Hope things are improving.

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