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Analyse carefully how the fight developed. Was it on an issue or a result of a string of small negative feeling over the last seven weeks. Wait for him to approach, if you feel he is not the right person for you. Once he calls give him a chance to clarify. Also make things clear from your side.
If the fight was the result of ego or intolerance, born out of an issue, determine if it was your mistake, then make the first move. Or else wait for him to do so.
It seems to be that u had fight for the first time , so u can make the first move. But dont make it a habit.
Make the first move. It is evident you want. Bad thing ego. The only regrets you will have are the moves you did not make.
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How would/did you change your bedroom after marriage?
Why do men shy away from relationship discussions?
Why do men think that helping the wife is shameful or makes them henpecked?
You think too much!
Can't help feeling jealous
I find that women find it easy to talk about partners, men like to keep mum? Is it that they do not feel as much or they just think it is strictly private business?
We live in a society where men are not questioned about their past but women are expected to have no past relationships. How fair do you think this is??? Can't a man accept a women with her past without any questions or doubts just like women do???
Do men also feel that they are judged in the marriage market - for their looks, jobs, assets? Do men also feel that they are forced into matrimony? Share your experiences with the arranged marriage markets.
Is it normal for a guy of 26 years to choose to remain a virgin until he's married? Or is he simply asexual?
In a relationship men sometimes will behave weirdly. They'll be all mushy one day and suddenly turn sour the next day; not talk for days together when they want; or disappear completely and surface later as if nothing has happened. Mood swings at their worst.
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