For instance, as Solley said, the reason for your yelling may be that you’re scared for your safety.But all your husband hears is criticism and that you distrust his driving. Then you feel hurt because in your mind he’s dismissed you and doesn’t care about your concerns.If he still gets defensive, you could explain that you’re sad that he doesn’t realize just how scared you are.
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At the very least, couples need to become in tune with their own vulnerable emotions such as sadness and fear and learn to articulate those feelings to their partners, Solley said.
In other words, instead of yelling at your husband, you could honestly say that you’re really scared.
These couples, Solley said, often feel less like romantic partners and more like roommates.
Solley provided an example of how a harmful pattern can play out in a conversation between couples.