When you need a hug and he needs time alone, communicate.
“I am needing some love from you, and I see you need time by yourself. Would you let me know when/if you want some time together?”
When she says something and you just want to cry, and your eyes hurt, and you’re trapped inside a bubble of silence, communicate.
“I feel very sad. And it’s really hard for me to talk right now, because I also feel very, very angry. But I am listening to you, and I want to share.”
When you realize that what you did triggered pain, or discomfort, or anger in them, communicate.
“I can see you are hurt. I didn’t mean to hurt you when I said that. I feel guilt, and I am here to support you. And I love you.”
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