What do you say to your mate when making up after an upsetting event?
I'm so sorry. Are you okay? Do you want to talk about it, you know I'm here if you do. I love you!
That is so nice. I'm sure you pick your moments, and know when to communicate with her. Still, those are the things a wife wants to hear from her husband at a time of upset.
We actually don't talk too much. Just spend our time together, trying to get back to where we were before or even better than before.
Upsetting moments can make one feel lonely, I would discuss the issue if important or forget about it if it was something not worth talking about. ''Sorry.'' if I was said something wrong and if we understand each other about the event then nothing to worry about
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