1 year ago
Last edited at 10:00AM on 7/18/2011
I think it is kind bad, because in my opinion the first step in solving problems is facing it, if you don't face your problems together, talked about it and tried to work on it and kept getting over it, problems will accumulates and that is a bad thing.
It's natural. No one wants to admit they are at fault. But it is also counterproductive to your relationship.
As said above, the only way to improve, is to overcome the obstacles. That doesnt happen when you sweep the dirt under the rug.
On the same note, however, you cannot dwell on past mistakes. There is always learning to be done from our past, but that is for us to do individually. Our past is our own teacher. Not reading material for those who would teach us.
I don't see it as a problem, unless you can not react the same way. If you need to communicate to get over a problem, then he needs work on communication. However, relationships go both ways... So you can't always make him talk, sometimes you will have to just get over it, the way he does. Remember to choose your battles.
Yes. It is a bad sign because when two people are in a relationship, they need to be open to one another and always discussing about issues that concern them. Communication is very vital and you need to encourage him to open up when problems arise.