are you a nagging partner?

@simplycza (1480)
Philippines
March 21, 2007 5:00am CST
if you are angry with your partner or he/she has done something wrong with you, would you nagged him/her? asking me, i just kept quiet and prefer not talking to him..a cold war treatment... :)
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@aseretdd (13712)
• Philippines
21 Mar 07
I think i am not but my husband would always say that I am... the cold war treatment doesn't work...
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@simplycza (1480)
• Philippines
21 Mar 07
hi, yup the cold war treatment doesn't solve the issues.. but for me its better just to avoid saying things which might create another misunderstandings.. But sometimes really, i wish I am a nagger.
@Jemina (5784)
21 Mar 07
No, I don't have that talent of talking. but I'm very good at giving "silent treatment." That way, bigger conflict would be avoided. They say, "it's better to err on the side of mercy." I better forgive than say things that I might regret later.
@simplycza (1480)
• Philippines
21 Mar 07
hi, we have the same thinking here. I might regret if i said anything more hurtful so to avoid the bigger fight, i just kept silent... but actually not all the time it works out.. :)
• United States
21 Mar 07
LOL I'm a nagger! I nag and nag until I feel that he's heard me and understands what I'm trying to say! He calls me a nag all the time but I don't care! I rather be right! I'm stubborn and won't give up the fight until I feel content that I've won!
@simplycza (1480)
• Philippines
21 Mar 07
hi, at least you can air your side and you can say evrything what's on your mind.. but i do hope he got used to you being a nagger already :) he must be sooo patient my dear. :) thank you
@phon4u (2217)
• Laos
28 Mar 07
I am not a nagging partner here or else where, I am easy going man, I don't want to start argument when there is no event hurt me so badly. I stay calm as much as I can than causing more other things happening. But my partner always nags me.
@stephcjh (32385)
• United States
23 Mar 07
I don't nag my husband about things. If we disagree or argue about something, I can't stand the silent treatment though. i would rather that we sit down and talk the problem out and move on past it. My husband used to go for weeks at a time without saying a word to me. He did it on purpose just so I would say something to him first. It was like we were complete strangers and he didn't know what to say to me. I hated it and I told him it took all that I had not to just start talking to him nicely right after the arguement got started. He tried not to do that to me any more, thank God.
@gberlin (3836)
23 Mar 07
I don't nag my wife and she doesn't nag me. If there is a problem we talk it out and work out a compromise. When I was first married, I would just walk away but that never solved the problem so together, we learned it was best to talk things out without shouting or nagging. It works really well!
@lols189 (4798)
23 Mar 07
i never nag my partner neither i will just keep quiet but he does nag at me when he is in a bad mood. aaaahh its so annoying
• Philippines
22 Mar 07
It depends on the reason of the argument. There are times when I nag if I feel i really have to. But most of the time, I just keep quiet and try to extend my patience. Once my patience is full, that's when the time I nag again. SOmetimes, it's so relieving if you have let yourself expressed the things that you long to say even if it already hurts the other party. Well, I always try not hurt my boyfriend's feelings, but like I said, if I have to, I would really nag.
@cdparazo (5769)
• Philippines
22 Mar 07
I don't like to nag but I also have to give him a piece of my mind too. If I get no apology or explaination, it would be days before I speak to him again.
@anjoks (2084)
• Philippines
22 Mar 07
It depends on the situation really. . I nag when my partner did something that really, really annoys me like things to be getting disorganized or went home drunk. But on deeper situations like mis-understandings over some serious matter, i keep silent and ignore him up to the fullest. You see, it's all different and a case to case basis actually. (",)
@nfhs79 (861)
• Malaysia
22 Mar 07
I dont like to nag. I always keep it. I dunno how to talk to him. I got something to voice out. But, dont have guts to do it. So I will do it myself. I just can't look at him when I'm mad and wanted to start nagging. I just keep quiet that's what I do.
@seamonkey (1981)
• Ireland
21 Mar 07
I nag to a point and then it becomes pointless. I guess in that department I pick my battles and save it for the stuff I really need done.
@youdontsay (3503)
• United States
21 Mar 07
I guess I'm more in the middle. I will ask for what I want but I'm pretty patient about when I get it. I will ask more than once if I get no answer, but I won't keep at it if I don't get the answer I want. I can't stand the silent treatment. My first partner wouldn't communicate and I never was sure of where I stood with them. I think talking it out and compromising are important.
@whyaskq (7553)
• Singapore
21 Mar 07
Whether I nag or not depends on my mood. If I am in a bad mood, my partner will know that "Keep Quiet" is the best policy.