What Your Wife Really Wants You to Do When She Is Angry

What Your Wife Really Wants You to Do When She Is Angry

Communication barriers are some of the biggest obstacles for married couples. Women and men differ in so many categories, including the way they communicate. Men tend to say what they mean, and women tend to read additional meaning into it. Women have a tendency to speak without using words, and they expect their male counterparts to get the message. The following provides some tips on what your wife really wants you to do when she is angry:

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Care That She Is Angry

Compassion and empathy are the two elements that your wife needs you to have when she is angry. She needs you to care that she is angry, understand why she is angry and desire to help her alleviate the anger. Some women are not very good at explaining the origin of their anger, but that’s where your sleuth skills should enter. Try asking her to tell you why she is angry whilst you gently rub her back. Whatever you do, do not substitute the back rub for a head pat. A head pat would be condescending in this situation.

Listen to Her Ramblings

When your wife is angry, she needs you to listen to her ramblings. She may internalize her pain if no one listens to her, and that will cause additional problems in your marriage. You should be the one to listen to her since you signed up for a lifetime of such things. You do not have to agree with everything she says, but listen so that you can understand and have empathy for her situation. She may want you to participate in the conversation by giving some nods and a few “uh-huh” grins here and there.

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