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Unread 11-02-2011, 07:45 AM
feeling all alone

These days my fiance and I are fighting about my surgery that is coming up. He does not want to talk about how I am feeling or what he is feeling. I am not sure if he is just inconsiderate or he is as nervous as I am...Anyone know why men do that?
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Unread 11-02-2011, 08:45 AM
Re: feeling all alone

I'm not sure why they do or why he is; but sorry it's leaving you feeling alone can you ask him about it?
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Unread 11-02-2011, 08:55 AM
Re: feeling all alone

Guys are weird that way - or is it wired that way.

My husband is pretty tight lipped about his feelings, but I know he gets a bit testy when he's anxious or upset. Sometimes I can get him to talk, but other times, not.

Try writing him a letter. Hang in there.
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Unread 11-02-2011, 11:23 AM
Re: feeling all alone

I think a lot of men are afraid of feelings. Then they get cranky if they have to confront them.

When mine gets like that I leave him alone, even when its hard for me. Depending on your man he may talk when he quits feeling pushed to. I would express how I feel and not expect him to respond yet. Once he thinks about it he may be ready to talk.

I know mine won't talk about how this is major surgery because he is afraid I'll die. But, he is afraid that I'll die from cancer if I don't do it (not that there is any indication I have cancer). For him, that is the bigger fear so he is all for the surgery that he hopes will end all my pain and sickness. I think he feels that if he can ignore the surgical risks then nothing bad will happen.
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