what is the best way to tackle foolish anger of ur partner??

@aissha (2036)
India
March 31, 2007 9:46pm CST
hi ,yeah i can'n predict when and how he can get angry with me ,initially it bugged me but not any more still i want this to settle fast ,but unless he is really willing he won't ,thats why i called foolish anger,need genuine and thoughtful advises,lol
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@mamasan34 (6522)
• United States
1 Apr 07
Honestly no one can predict when someone will be upset with something you do or say. I would just be gentle and patient with him, depending upon the situation. Sometimes it is impossible to settle an argument fast. I would definitely tr to talk to him in a calm and loving tone of voice after the argument is calmed down and you both have had some quiet time to think. Never respond to him in anger, nor should he do that to you. It can end up with insulting each other or worse. So, it is important to be respectful and tactful but always loving. I don't know if this will help, but that is what I can say on this! Good luck and hope this helps!
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@aissha (2036)
• India
1 Apr 07
i guess it will help ,and it is practical one and thnx for replying ,only problem is i feel sometimes he is insulting me and that is really difficul to handle,either i hv bad ego or he has bad temper.wish me luck.
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• India
1 Apr 07
sorry can help u in this
@samrat16 (2442)
• India
1 Apr 07
Anger is anger is doesnt matter if the person has a cool approach towards life. I dont think partner not being able to calm his/her partner down is his/her fault.Does it make your partner a better man because he is a regular guy? If his anger can not be controlled then he has issues. This regular guy gets angry on small issues. I would give him time to calm down since he is a regular guy being in his face might turn him into the criminal you think so less of.Do you think he will do more than slam a few doors if you try to talk to him while he is angry? Is this the beginning of more violent things to come? I suggest that you step back and reevaluate the relationship. Give him time this can be the simplest solution of letting him calm down.