When you get irritated with someone
December 22, 2006 3:42am CST
What do you do when you get irritated with someone especially your spouse? In my case I tend to just keep quiet and rarely do I become combative. Do you think one should argue or hit back? My point is, someone has advised me that when one is on fire, the other should be water. What do you think?
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23 Dec 06
I have to agree with HouseKat. You shouldn't let things bottle up inside of you. If someone irritates you should let them knwo but only once you can talk calmly and rationally. You will get nowhere if you just end up in a huge fight. My husband and I used to have a talk once a month to discuss things that irritated us about the other. Sometimes that was waiting too long so now if one of us irritates the other we let them know in that same day, after we have calmed down. Communication is one of the most important things in a relationship.
23 Dec 06
I think you are right, but if you have lived with each other for many years, more or less you already know each other's pet peeves and sensitivities. And sometimes you just know that arguing with your mate leads you nowhere so better to wait for 'peace time' to voice out your concerns. haha