If you’ve been dating for a while, it’s easy to tell when your partner isn’t happy for some reason. Sometimes, you’ll ask her what the problem is, but rather than be forthcoming, she says ‘everything is okay’. If you know, your woman you know you can’t ever believe those words as they aren’t always true. Like I said, telling apart an angry woman can be confusing, but these tips and signs may help.
CHANGE IN BEHAVIOUR
If your once easily amused woman turned into a grumpy lady without a sign of a smile on her face and that lasts for more than three days – you are in trouble. The best thing you can do is cater to her: ask her for a romantic date, do not avoid flowers or any gifts she would love to receive.
When the ice starts melting, and she’s more receptive – ask if there is something you can do for her to see that charming smile more often.
SHE LEAVES YOUR QUESTIONS UNANSWERED
If she ignores your question, leaving them without answers so that you have to repeat them over and over – she has her tiny secret for sure. Something that bothers her cute head, keeping her away from open conversations.
Don’t even try to push upon her – girls hate that and she will definitely leave you alone forever. The only trick that might work here is ignoring. Force her to start a chat. That might require some time but it is worth waiting.
SHE HOLDS ON TO HER PHONE
I’m not implying every man should have access to his woman’s phone, I’m only saying that when you’re used to having access, and all of a sudden, she decides to keep things there private, it may be a sign she’s keeping something from you – maybe an affair, otherwise, why the sudden change?
SHE TAKES FOREVER IN THE BATHROOM
With or without her phone\tablet or laptop, but she stays there without letting you in. I wouldn’t exclude an option of spending those hours crying. Girls often do that when they are depressed. Hugs, a bunch of chocolates and a bucket of ice cream should help here. And a long talk as well.
So these are the signs something may be bothering your woman. Whichever it is, and no matter how bad, remember talking can go a long way in helping you figure it out.