When you share a problem with your spouse (not about your spouse) about work,friend etc. ...
Are you looking for an answer from him, or are you just wanting him to listen to you attentatively?
This might just be me, but often when I share a problem with my partner, what I'm really looking for is someone to justify how I'm feeling. Of course, if I'm being ridiculous, I would except him to gently tell me that. But usually I'm looking for a little support for my point of view. Sometimes that's all it takes to get over whatever the problem was in the first place!
When i share a problem with my partner the last thing i want is for him to try and fix it. All i want is for him to listen, it's more about venting than anything.
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