What Drives Him Mad
Yeah, you're infuriated by his brutish behavior, but that doesn't let you off the hook. There are still plenty of things you-yes, you-do that he finds equally appalling.
Just for starters:
He doesn't get the perverse pleasure you find in criticizing a complete stranger's weight, clothes, and hair. And is there some kind of secret girl crime committed if her shoes don't match her handbag? Your own friends aren't even immune to your attacks. The men we spoke with suggested you swap your catty remarks with something more constructive, like mud wrestling.
You Can Be Too Needy
Part of the reason he tunes you out so frequently is that he's tired of your unabating need for his reassurance of how special you are, how solid the relationship is, and how trustworthy he is. Maybe you could just let him leave the house a few times without giving him the third degree over where he's going, who he'll be with and when he'll be back.
You Test Him
From the classic "What are you thinking?" to the dangerous "Is she prettier than I am?" he feels like you're always testing him with trick questions to determine if you're really soulmates. Just once he'd like to give you an honest answer. (And that's "nothing" and "yes", in that order).
You Did Let Yourself Go
Oh, you claim you haven't, and you can even point out that you still have all that sexy lingerie (which you never wear), but you're not nearly the dolled-up sex kitten you were when you two started dating. Yes, you can be cute all curled up in our old sweats without make-up, but he doesn't really want to see you with that facial bleach stuff on. Ever.
You Use Sex As a Weapon
He thinks it's so evil the way you can withhold nookie when you're annoyed with him. It's even worse when you do it in conjunction with that whole "I'm not mad" thing when he knows you are (he just doesn't know why). Maybe next time he'll hold out on you. Like that'll ever work.
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