If you’ve ever been in a relationship, you’re probably aware of the fact that there will be times when you will run into difficulties, problems, misunderstandings and general feelings of confusion. When we ask ourselves, “Will my partner change?” and “What if our relationship worsens after my partner changes?”
Keep in mind that this is the time for a serious assessment of the reality around you. In this article, we’ll offer advice on how to proceed when your mind is saying one thing, but your heart is saying something else entirely.
The first step would be to get rid of the desire to escape from your problems. Remember that your life and your future depend on the decisions you make and that you take the problems in your relationship seriously.
We believe in the power of love and want to offer you some advice on how to act in situations that can often lead to fights, injuries, and emotional stress.
Situations When A Woman Can’t Forgive Her Man
Quarrels Or Assault?
Fights and disagreements in relationships are perfectly normal. We are all different, and sometimes your perception of situations just doesn’t match. If your partner may be offended by the fact that you need a long time to prepare or a harmless joke (in your opinion), there is nothing extraordinary about that.
Fighting is unpleasant, but you can always reconcile. Don’t be afraid to take the first step and don’t be afraid to say what is bothering you right away.
It is better to have a constructive conversation so that each partner understands what limits should not be crossed and learns the characteristics of the other’s perception. Strong relationships depend on the mutual work of both partners.
However, there are situations that should not be accepted or forgiven. If your man hits you, there is no excuse for it. Many women have been abused for a long time and believe in a completely absurd attitude that is somehow “the woman’s fault.”
If your partner believes that he is free to act like a cruel dictator and can beat you up, then it is better to end this relationship immediately. The bruises go away, but the psychological trauma can last a lifetime.
Don’t be afraid to be alone for a while and ask for help and support from family, friends, and social organizations.
Strange Sense Of Humor Or Discrimination?
Have you ever been in a situation where someone told a joke and laughed out loud while you didn’t understand what’s funny about it? We all have a different sense of humor and it can be quite specific at times.
If you don’t understand when to laugh while watching The Simpsons while your partner is rolling on the floor laughing, it probably means that you will have to spend a little more time choosing what you want to see together.
But humor doesn’t have to be justified by specificity if your partner laughs at jokes that offend people for sexual, racial, or social reasons, as well as jokes about mutilation and disease. Try to explain that such jokes cause even more hatred and bigotry in the world.
By stimulating this state of mind, the person increases the discrimination of certain segments of the planet’s population. And you yourself shouldn’t laugh at another blonde girl joke and then be surprised that women are never taken seriously.
If your partner is trying to show that “these people” should be a laughing matter, it is probably beyond your ability to try to change it yourself.
Care Or Control?
If your chosen one meets you after work and offers to walk you home after an appointment, it means that you care about your safety and want to make sure you are okay.
But if he forbids you from meeting other people without him, asks you to report your actions when at work or alone at home, makes you tell him your social media passwords, then it feels like manipulation and psychological violence.
Total control is the desire to suppress your free will. “I’m doing this for you” and other similar phrases are just a way to mask this suppression. Lack of personal space leads to stress and the desire to get rid of it by consuming too much alcohol, repressing emotions, and other harmful ways.
Friends or “friends?”
We can all feel jealous sometimes. If your partner has friends and colleagues with whom he is friendly, it does not mean that he is trying to cheat on you. If you don’t like these friendships, you should talk to your partner about your feelings.
Offer to go for a walk or spend time with your friends. You probably don’t mind, because it’s wonderful when a person has a lot of friends and they all have a friendly relationship with each other.
But you should be on your guard if your partner hides his communication with other women, constantly changes the subject and reacts violently to questions about friends. If they don’t want to introduce themselves to you, they may not even know about your existence.
Dislike Of Cleaning Or “A Woman’s Place Is In The Kitchen?”
It often happens that many men are not used to doing household chores in the family. You may not know how to cook, you may not be in the habit of washing dishes, and you may not know how to use a washing machine.
If you get too tired with housework, try to come to terms and share responsibilities by gradually helping each other get used to staying clean.
But if your man openly says cleaning and cooking are your duties and scolds you with every speck of dust, then you need to start worrying. The position “your place is in the kitchen” is unacceptable.
If that is what he believes, then he probably perceives you as an object rather than a loved one.
Do you agree that there are situations where simply forgiving and forgetting are not an option?
What did you think of the points made in this article? We will be happy to hear your feedback in the comments!