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An interesting topic came up a few days ago while a few of my friends and I were chatting. We were discussing how best to resolve tense situations/disagreements that arose in relationships.
For instance, say your boyfriend did something that annoyed you (or it was his lack of doing something that annoyed you) and you started to give him the 'silent treatment' or some variation thereof.
Or simply started doing what some men so and pulling away.
Or worse yet, turning into the whiny, needy girly girl who complained about him not giving you attention and ignoring you.
Whatever the scenario may be we came to the realization that sometimes there are situations in which both the man and the woman are "at fault" and sometime it comes to a point where neither is willing to let go of their pride and apologize or do things to make amends and save the relationship.
But since relationships are give and take and it comes to a point where a woman realizes she may have gotten a little more girly than is her norm (even though she still kind of feels like his bahavior was the cause of hers, if that makes sense) What steps can she take/how/what can she do to make amends to the situation and help make things better so that the relationship can become stronger and continue in a healthy way?
Stated in a different way: How can a woman apologize to a man in a way that will make him love her even more than he did to begin with?
We couldn't really come to a conclusion on this and I was hoping to get some input from others. Thank you!