In fact, I would even be so bold as to say that a man will almost inevitably leave a woman if he does not believe he can make her happy. The great thing about Pink is the diversity of women.It sounds obvious when I write it out, but in real life, you do need to keep clear on where you’re coming from. Adding to this point, I would also avoid words like “never” and “always” when it comes to things he does.Let me tell you, nothing makes me angrier faster than having a woman tell me I “always” do something (whatever it is) wrong or that I “never” do something (whatever it is) right.It makes me feel unloved but I don’t know how to let him know that without him getting mad.
On the other hand, you definitely do NOT want to come from a place of blaming, assuming or attacking.
It’s not the last time that it will happen and I can tell you that as good as I try to be, I’ll occasionally do what you’re talking about… A trap that I see a lot of couples fall into is that one person is annoyed by what the other one is doing, but instead of figuring out a constructive way to address it, they just hold resentment towards the other person to a degree.
When I say address it, I don’t necessarily mean talking it out.
It makes me angry but I don’t want to be like “Why didn’t you text me?!?
” As far as what you’re asking goes, it sounds to me like “young love.” I don’t mean that to be insulting – it is a nice thing.