3. Be There when He Needs to Talk

Men have a reputation for never wanting to talk about their feelings, but that's not always true.

If he needs to talk, be there for him.

If you're having problems, talk about them as adults;

don't distance yourself or flounce off in anger.

Mature people discuss their issues.

And try to 'read' him, so that you can tell when he needs some gentle encouragement to talk.

Wait It out

Comments:

Aubrey
She Loves Love I'm with you too.
Akki Crawston
I need an advice over on thing. My boyfriend and I were in a proud relationship but because of few disagreements we chose to be on a break. It has been a month and we haven't talked to each other. Whenever I see him, I just try to ignore him and walk away. I don't even know about his reactions. For his birthday gift, I wrote a novel on him and accidentally this surprise got leaked but still I really wish him to read this novel. I'm even eager to get it printed. But I seriously can't afford to loose him, so should I gift this novel to him or not?
Dana
Yep, I'm with you She Loves Love.
Allana
This exactly what I have been trying to explain.... To a friend of mine.
ASHlEY
I agree with this post!
Pl0x
The only way any relationship can get over the rough patches is when both partners are patient and understanding. Demanding that your SO does the things in this article first is counterproductive. That being said, if your SO is incapable of doing any of these things, your relationship might be worth reconsidering.
Nancy
My boyfriend and i both do this. Its not a one way street. We both put in the effort because thats the only way this relationship will work.
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