Sometime back something happened with my girlfriend and all of a sudden she started acting moody. It was natural to ask what the problem was, but she kept emphasizing that “it’s nothing” and she will be “just fine”.
I only found out days later, she was mad at me because I had gone for lunch with my ex and I didn’t tell her (albeit one I had dated like four years back). And until the day I found out exactly what was wrong, she kept acting moody.
So I asked her why she didn’t talk to me about it instead of being mad and not talking for the three days? And she said she wanted me to tell her about the lunch myself instead of her being the one to break the news.
At the beginning of the relationship women are the ones that emphasize communication the most. But in my own experience, I’ve found out that they are the ones to break this rule.
Women should trust their men enough to ask them anything and get the truth from them instead of assuming and concluding things themselves. Sometimes, things don’t always seem the way they appear and only continuous communication can lead your relationship over that stumbling block.