June 5, 2007 2:39pm CST
what is sulking about?should i be offended when my husband sulks?he says we just need to get through it. it really upsets me.have you any tips for avoiding getting so upset by someone elses moods?
5 Jun 07
I think everyone sulks to some extent, my ex used to do it a lot and if I tried to speak to him he would lash out verbally adn sometimes physically, needless to say I am no longer with him but my advice is that if it is not that often try to get to the bottom of the problem and come to some kind of comprimise sometimes you have to be the bigger person and back down slightly, not to say he shoul dalways get his own way though, that is where comprimise comes about. If you are doing this and he is not prepared to meet you half way you need to have a serious talk and tell him his sulking and lack of communication is upsetting you, if he does not take head of this or refuses to talk then maybe he is not the right person for you, after all if you wanted constant sulking you would have a child. Try and get him to talk through the problem and take it from there. Good luck. x
5 Jun 07
Men are very good at sulking! They need to go off on their own and sort their problems out in their head. once your husband has done this, he will come back to you as if nothing has happened, but you should let him do it without worrying about it. Us women like to talk about our problems, but men dont, its a simple fact of nature. Try to find something you like to do and concentrate on that while he is in his sulk. You may find that if you just let him get on with it, it might not last very long, and you might not get so upset about it.