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>> No. 30590 Anonymous
13th March 2021
Saturday 3:37 pm
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Is it normal in a relationship to feel sometimes that your partner hates you? Sometimes I find the way she speaks to me is atrocious - I'd never use those words or that tone with a partner, friend or stranger. If I make a point of it, she'll immediately try and turn it into something I have (or haven't done), and then act grumpy, pouty and uncommunicative. The more I try to bring her around, the deeper she'll go into her mood, which this will last until I (always me) extend another olive branch once she's calmed down. Is this women? Is it just this woman? I can't imagine my sisters behaving like this with their partners.
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>> No. 30591 Anonymous
13th March 2021
Saturday 3:46 pm
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>>30590
>I find the way she speaks to me is atrocious - I'd never use those words or that tone with a partner, friend or stranger.
Can you give us an example?

>she'll immediately try and turn it into something I have (or haven't done), and then act grumpy, pouty and uncommunicative
Really bad sign, imo. If she won't communicate honestly or self-reflect then I don't see what you can do. Try not extending the olive branch next time.
>> No. 30592 Anonymous
13th March 2021
Saturday 3:55 pm
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Well, you've said you're unhappy with it and yet she's refused to acknowledge your problem. Any other time and I'd recommend taking her out somewhere dead nice to see if she's just generalised piss-off with you, if that doesn't change anything then bin her which would be what I'd hazard she herself is hoping for if that's case.

But due to Covid she might just be fed up with you two being cooped together for so long. Maybe deliberately give her some space and if she asks, mention that you don't want to live walking on eggshells and if she kicks off then she's just being a cunt rather than a covid-cunt.
>> No. 30593 Anonymous
13th March 2021
Saturday 3:57 pm
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What >>30592 said.
>> No. 30599 Anonymous
14th March 2021
Sunday 9:38 am
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>>30592

I don't want to all fall into the cliche online advice of "break up with her" but that is the way this cycle seems to be going.

Assuming you have properly tried to engage her over her problems (which I have no reason to suspect you haven't). The only other play I know is to talk to her about how it makes you feel and see if that changes anything.

Is it possible that she wants to break up but isn't willing to take action?

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