Dating handle silent treatment
Also: Have you ever given someone the silent treatment on purpose?Dear Betsy, Whenever I have an issue with my boyfriend, he either breaks up with me or he disappears. Logically, it's beside the point now as I have had enough and told him that if he did it again I was done with this relationship. But I'd still like to understand the silent treatment so I can understand what the person instigating it hopes to accomplish.
This type of behavior is often selfish and immature and knowing that can help you deal with it better.Staying positive while you’re being subjected to this unpleasant habit is very important because you have to be in a good place once communication channels are opened again.Don’t be sarcastic or patronizing when he finally decides to talk to you, or you’ll push him away or start another argument.More: 10 Signs You're Dating a Sociopath One of the worst things you can do when you have to deal with the silent treatment is try to end it and allow your frustration to get the better of you. If you need an answer to an important question, simply formulate it as a sentence.If he disagrees, he’ll say something or he’ll deal with your decision.