men/women

United States
April 24, 2008 1:48pm CST
have you ever been in a relationship where you are afraid to express your feelings without your partner getting upset and not wanting to listen to how things are making you feel?
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@jesbellaine (4157)
• Philippines
24 Apr 08
Yes, because I was really afraid that my ex-boyfriend will not appreciate the things that I want to say to him whether it is good or bad.
• United States
24 Apr 08
well it depends how you approach a person if its mean they arent gonna listen but if you approach it in a good manner they will respect how you feel atleast they should thanks for your comment
• Philippines
26 Apr 08
Yup that is right. Well, I moved on with my life and now with someone who really loves me and I can tell him everything I want.
• United States
27 Apr 08
im glad to hear good news from someone i hope you many more good times with him
@AnakSuNamun (2084)
• United States
24 Apr 08
I think every relationship has these moments. Yeah,we all talk about being honest and open,but sometimes it's not very easy. For example,how can you tell him that the little moustache he's growing looks utterly ridiculous? And that's only the minor case,when it comes to something big I know my partner will listen to me but I also know he'll get upset or go into the state of denial. So i just hold it
• United States
24 Apr 08
im different im very honest person if i want to say something like that haircut dont go with you but your still handsome it depends how you approach a situation thanks for your comment
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• United States
24 Apr 08
I'm am currently in such a relationship, He says he wants to know but the minute I start he begins to yell because I've said something he does not like. I have no advice on how to handle this because I'm am still tryin to figure it out myself. All I do know is that I can't continue to live like this but thats another discussion.
• United States
24 Apr 08
well myself i start to talk to my boyfriend about how something makles me feel and he starts to get mad and says i have heard this before and i say well then sometghing is wrong here if the problem still exist after all this time i guess some men dont realize what they got until its gone like with my ex we know now what made us go our own ways cause we told each other after the damage was done but atleast we understand now and we are better friends now
@Malyck (3428)
• Australia
8 May 08
I'm in one such relationship now. My boyfriend and I love each other very much, but there are times when I just don't bother expressing my feelings because I don't want to start a fight. I'll be upset about something (although it's never just one thing, it's everything and nothing at the same time, you know?), and he'll ask and ask until I tell him because he wants to know, and of course it turns into a fight because I might say something about one of his habits that I don't like etc. But if I don't tell him, then it's an argument too, lose-lose. At the same time, communication is one of the strong parts of our relationship - things only get better after those arguments =)