Have you ever been in a relationship where no matter what the subject, your partner tells you that you are wrong? The hard part about that is that, sometimes, you are right and you can show proof to back you up, not just a verbal opinion. What can make it worse is actually when your partner just gets more angry and starts yelling even as you explain your proof.
Then on another day, you notice that the car registration is expired, you tell your partner in an effort to address it and he yells at you and starts punching walls. All too often, it’s easier to be wrong and take yourself down rather than deal with your angry partner.
I have a couple ideas for you. You consider reminding yourself that you are, in fact, often correct about these situations. This tends to help because sometimes what ends up happening is that you start believing your partner’s skewed reality. You also need to consider whether being right is critically important and when it’s ok to let it slide.
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