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I Hate When He Is Mad at Anyone I Hate When He Is Mad At Me

Isn’t it interesting how well you get along with a new man? My husband and I still enjoy a wonderful rapport but in the beginning we saw each other in such a good light! Seriously, a huge chunk of the magic of beginning a relationship is that no one gets annoyed, isn’t it? What a delicious, soul-satisfying time that is. Too bad we don’t know how to appreciate it at the time!

When real life starts and you and your soul mate start to let your guard down a bit and express frustration, it CAN get a little scary. It seems like it would be nice to go back to the blindness of a hormone overdose, but ladies, I am hear to tell you, learning to let him evolve into the fabulous man he is, is the only way to go.

Once you get that being upset about something is about the most valuable thing that can happen to you, that is if you want to learn to tune into your man, you will never look at road rage or your man’s family or friends in the same way again!

I used to run like crazy from being upset. If I felt my man was upset with me, I would do everything I could to pretend that I wasn’t upset by the fact that he was upset. I always tried to keep one step ahead so he wouldn’t be upset. It’s exhausting for me to think back to that time. No wonder I was struggling.

I wish I would have known how easy it can be to process the past disappointments. Finding a calm frame of mind is not only possible, it is a skill you can learn yourself and is always immediately available. Whether you use guided meditations, meditation, prayer or even a talk with a good friend, you can learn to ease your emotional discomfort smoothly and steadily.

Decide today that you are going to practice paying attention to what you are thinking about. Louise Hay is famous for saying, “Stop terrifying yourself!” She is right. Any thought can be changed. I realized that I was spending all of my time thinking about how not to upset my man instead of thinking about the love and closeness I wanted with him.

When your thoughts are balanced and you choose what you think about, you are much more Teflon-like in your tendency to let other people’s stuff get to you. You take things more lightly and you are physically relaxed and comfortable.

Now when something or someone is bothering me, I am getting much better at stopping my scary thoughts and as I do, something amazing happens! Even one slightly more positive thought automatically attracts another and before you know it, I am distracted and not upset anymore. Sometimes simply thinking, “I want to feel better” is all I need to think.

If I feel my man is annoyed with something I have done and he withdraws emotionally from me, it is NOT comfortable at all. In my first marriage, I ran from facing my inner pain because I didn’t know any better. Bless my heart, I even blamed him a lot of the time because I was so miserable. Bless his heart, too.

Now that I have the incredible gift of a second chance to live out a relationship in a radically different way, I am soaring! When I get scared, I practice listening to my thoughts . Now I can acknowledge my uneasiness and then choose to think about my resilience and strength. I am learning to talk to myself the same way I would encourage my best friend…kindly and lovingly. I Hate When He Is Mad At Me

You owe it to yourself to learn the fine art of managing your thoughts. It is the sure way to create radiant self confidence and that is very attractive!

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2 Responses to “I Hate When He Is Mad At Me”


sue July 31, 2008

Hi Catherine,
This is a great article. I love the thought of experiencing our relationships in a new way. I think we all get ‘out of tune’ from time to time and could use what I’ve heard called a ‘check up from the neck up’. The way you use EFT for this is wonderful.

Another point I’d like to see covered is; When I’m Upset With My Partner. Whether it is anger, annoyance, or irritation what is that saying to me? How can I use EFT to find those things in my partner that I AM in tune with, instead of the things that I am definitely not jiving with?

Keep up the great work Catherine, I love it.

Sue

Catherine Behan August 1, 2008

Hi Sue,

I wrote an article for someone else in a similar situation and I hope it brings insight to you. I am posting it today.

I continually find that as I tap on me without worrying about WHY the thing he does bothers me, I feel better and then can express myself more clearly to him.

Over and over I find his behavior reminds me of something in the past whether I am aware of it or not.

Tapping is truly trauma-less because I never need to revisit the painful past to get unstuck.

Keep tapping and remember,
The road to self love is the only one that counts!

Catherine



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