Very few couples go the distance without stresses, problems, and difficulties. But what if you feel like you are dealing with a constantly angry boyfriend?
Will he ALWAYS be this way? And what can you do about it?
“Claire, my boyfriend is so grumpy and angry all the time! I try to be patient, loving, and positive, but I think I’m nearing the end of my tolerance. Today, I thought it would be a relief if he broke up with me. I think it may be time to go.” — J.
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Hi J. I’m so sorry for all the stress and misery you’ve been through.
I’ve written once before about how to deal with a MOODY or RUDE boyfriend, so while I have some very specific steps for you below, you might also get some help out of these:
Meanwhile, if you want to KEEP your relationship, I think you will have to have a very clear and serious conversation with your angry boyfriend about what’s going on for you.
Here are 7 important guidelines for having a conversation with an angry boyfriend:
Don’t start the conversation with an angry boyfriend while EITHER of you feels overwhelmed, grouchy, or mad. You’ll have a much better shot at success if you wait, and choose a good moment to talk.
2. While you’re waiting, care.
You may have to let a day or two pass before you get your chance to talk with your angry boyfriend. Meanwhile, behave with compassion toward yourself and toward him.
It’s soooo easy to call up a girlfriend and blast him to bits. ONLY do this if your gf is a trustworthy, emotionally mature confidante. Don’t do it if you already know your private drama is going to make the gossip rounds.
4. Pick your moment, and craft your words carefully.
Think about this in advance! Write out a couple of short lines that distill down the issue you’re having so that you can check it for truth and clear it of emotional bombs.
5. Don’t allow other (possibly related) grudges to creep in.
If you have NOT been taking care of your issues as they arise, you may have old unresolved issues that suddenly show up in the conversation. Agree to table those and deal with them separately if you can.
Otherwise the two of you have more than you can handle in one conversation, and you risk things getting out of control.
Yes, you have something you need to say, but you also need to hear what HE has to say.
7. Keep working at it.
You may not solve your issue in one go. (Most people don’t!) So be willing to keep chipping away at it until you both get some resolution and relief.
If your angry boyfriend wants to keep you, he will need to take YOUR emotional exhaustion seriously.
But if you’ve already tried that (maybe over and over again), it’s time to get outside help. And if that STILL doesn’t work, then you may be right: could be time to go.
If you want to SAVE your relationship, you should know this…
Relationships today are getting MORE and MORE difficult.
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Men are being told that “hooking up” is the way to go, so once they’ve gotten what they want from you, they’re on to another poor woman who will give them sex without commitment.
If this weren’t true, we wouldn’t have sites like Ashley Madison, Adult Friend Finder, or Plenty of Fish. Or they wouldn’t be so wildly popular!
But what if you could awaken a man’s deepest desires for you? Stand out from all the other “fish”?
Do THIS if you feel he’s about to bail on you…
In my experience 9 out of 10 women don’t realize until it’s too late that men fall in love differently than women.
Because EVEN when he can’t keep his hands off of you…
EVEN when he tells you he loves you…
Something inside of him remains cautious.
This is because of a primitive protective shield around his heart that tells him “Don’t let her get too close.” 😢
But if you’re open to it, there IS something you can do…
The Bonding Code was uncovered by Bob Grant, a Licensed Relationship Counselor, who specializes in helping women who are fed up with men that won’t commit or get serious…
Bob has helped thousands of women get their men to “settle down” (and have him think it was his idea!) and you’ll be surprised at how easy it is when you follow the link below…
PS: So many women think once a man is in love with her that he’ll stay devoted to her. He will, but ONLY if his love has reached the critical Bonding Level that Bob describes for you here…