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People like your BF are totally unaware of the effect of their blowups on people around them. Tackle him and I best he says something like "but I'm not angry at you!" You must just keep telling him how it makes you feel. Don't jump into things, but turn and leave the room (or even the house) and leave him to reflect on why you went. Tell him why, when he is calm, it is no good just sobbing or yelling about it when everyone has adrenaline and stuff roaring. Tell him that you will be leaving the room (or house) if he does it again. Good luck
[QUOTE=Seraph;5016174]People like your BF are totally unaware of the effect of their blowups on people around them. Tackle him and I best he says something like "but I'm not angry at you!" You must just keep telling him how it makes you feel. Don't jump into things, but turn and leave the room (or even the house) and leave him to reflect on why you went. Tell him why, when he is calm, it is no good just sobbing or yelling about it when everyone has adrenaline and stuff roaring. Tell him that you will be leaving the room (or house) if he does it again. Good luck[/QUOTE]

Yeah, that's what I've been trying to do, just leave the room. But then he'll come after me and ask me what my problem is, and sometimes it makes the situation worse. lol But I will keep telling him how it makes me feel when he does that. He told me he will work on it too. Thanks.





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