fighting with a boyfriend..
May 4, 2008 5:32pm CST
I am kind of cranky today and I took it out on my boyfriend. He came to visit me at work (I work at the mall) and we were about to close and he wanted to go get something to eat and then come back. He kept asking me if he could and i said yes. Finally after him asking like 239487398 times I snapped YES. I felt kind of bad,but he took so long asking me he could have went and come back in that time. He said hed come back after he was done but he just left. I cant talk to him for about another three hours and im really upset. What do you do when you get in a fight with your significant other.. Or what do you do to keep your mind off of the problem until it gets fixeD?
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4 May 08
hes doing community service for some huge hockey tournament thats going on in town. I would have called him if he didnt.. and he doesnt have texting on his cell:(
5 May 08
i guess i would really be upset so much i might not be able to concentrate of what i am doing. i will most probably just try to keep myself busy and not think about that until the next confrontation... i would usually try to let the other try and talk to me... (especially if it was not my fault).
5 May 08
Hi there.. let's sau you're in a bad mood, don't take it out to a person, especially if he's your partner. Try to get some time to cool yourself down a bit before talking to anyone. My husband and I get to have fights too, but mainly it is just misunderstandings. If he did something wrong and he's begging for make peace with me(sometimes), and I was in this angry-don't-talk-to-me-mode kind of thing, I don't talk to him, and I would say I'm not in the mood to talk. But he always insist that if there's a problem we gotta talk right away. I'm not just that kind of person, like if I'm upset or mad, I'd give myself like 2hours or half a day to cool down, then I'm ready to talk about it. Just bear in mind, if you get into a lovefight, don't let the day pass without you two talking, don't go to sleep with grudges, or with unfinished talking and unfinished resolving issues. Say sorry or accept apology and you know just forget about it. So when you wake up in the morning, sure you'll have a very good day. Trust me, it always works.