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Open Discussion: Do Your Partner's Social Skills Embarrass You?

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Open Discussion: Do Your Partner's Social Skills Embarrass You? by
50scent (23879) on: 29 Feb 12, 09:48 AM (3 years ago)


Couples may be very happy together, but a partner's social behavior can humiliate the other.

"I love my husband," confided a 50 year old "Martha". "But I and my husband are only happy when we are together or with our children. My husband hates to socialize with others. If I insist he does, he is either rude or refuses to speak."

What can one do in this type of situation ?

Reply #1 by
Idbabe (8081) on: 29 Feb 12, 10:51 AM (3 years ago)


Dis-socialize then to make him happy.  Shikina
Reply #2 by
Adikpe (4139) on: 29 Feb 12, 10:57 AM (3 years ago)


This is down to individual difference, and also the background one comes from.

Not socialising at all is bad, also too much of it can hurt a relationship.
One should know what his/her partner likes or doesn't like and try to treat
him/her accordingly. That is the foundation of a good and viable relationship.
Reply #3 by
agbonson (611) on: 29 Feb 12, 11:52 AM (3 years ago)


 Undecided Undecided Undecided Undecided
Reply #4 by
sophiebaby (31200) on: 29 Feb 12, 12:03 PM (3 years ago)


the picture doesnt even have anytin to do with socialty,,..lol Grin..

i will Dis-socialize to make him happy.. Grin

Reply #5 by
50scent (23879) on: 29 Feb 12, 12:25 PM (3 years ago)


as what  Sad

Reply #6 by
mediaexcell (2275) on: 29 Feb 12, 12:30 PM (3 years ago)


they didnt learn social study in kcool, if na ur wife hire me i will teach her.. Lips Sealed
Reply #7 by
malvin2525 (5157) on: 29 Feb 12, 01:03 PM (3 years ago)


 Huh? Huh? Huh? Huh?
Reply #8 by
prosperos (687) on: 29 Feb 12, 01:06 PM (3 years ago)


some days are like that
Reply #9 by
HOPEA23 (22404) on: 29 Feb 12, 01:32 PM (3 years ago)


Quote from: Adikpe on 29 Feb 12, 10:57 AM
This is down to individual difference, and also the background one comes from.

Not socialising at all is bad, also too much of it can hurt a relationship.
One should know what his/her partner likes or doesn't like and try to treat
him/her accordingly. That is the foundation of a good and viable relationship.
you have said it all

Reply #10 by
50scent (23879) on: 29 Feb 12, 02:27 PM (3 years ago)


 Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy

Reply #11 by
kebella (44535) on: 29 Feb 12, 02:41 PM (3 years ago)


 Angry Angry

Reply #12 by
sophiebaby (31200) on: 29 Feb 12, 02:45 PM (3 years ago)


Quote from: mediaexcell on 29 Feb 12, 12:30 PM
they didnt learn social study in kcool, if na ur wife hire me i will teach her.. Lips Sealed

 Grin

Reply #13 by
Tomnwakor (377) on: 29 Feb 12, 02:54 PM (3 years ago)


nothing!
Reply #14 by
ssstrawberry (429) on: 29 Feb 12, 03:15 PM (3 years ago)


Snizzing
Reply #15 by
Diamond4u (341) on: 29 Feb 12, 03:23 PM (3 years ago)


k
Reply #16 by
Angelita2 (886) on: 29 Feb 12, 03:48 PM (3 years ago)


 Lips Sealed Lips Sealed Lips Sealed
Reply #17 by
verah (5255) on: 29 Feb 12, 04:11 PM (3 years ago)


hhhhhhhhmn if socializin is wat maks me happy i will continue to socialize but nt too much.. y should i stp my hapiness all cos my husband dosent lik it..well let him go get somtin doin while i socialise abi it as simple as that

Reply #18 by
zoe61 (12964) on: 29 Feb 12, 09:05 PM (3 years ago)


then let him be if he don't like don't force him.
Reply #19 by
toibeli (4512) on: 29 Feb 12, 09:35 PM (3 years ago)


Hell NO
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