What is the best way to deal with relationship, where the other person does something they know...
will make you angry, but says they are getting tired of your temper?
The first question you should ask yourself: is this worth getting angry for? Can we discuss this in our relationship rather than having to fight over it? Can you pinpoint why you're getting angry and what exactly needs to change for you to be happy?
Let the other person know and try to resolve the problem that way. If it is really important to do that the other person no longer does that, you need to make that clear or otherwise the relationship might not last much longer.
Then maybe search for someone else. Sounds like she's rilin' you up.
Its time to remove yourself from the situation. Apparently they really dont wanna be together if they keep upsetting you purposely!
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