Originally Posted by LovingRadiance
I told him, calmly, quietly that it hurt my feelings he would lie to me AGAIN at dinner. He said he didn't want to bring her up during the bday party and get me "riled up" emotionally.
I pointed out that by telling me he was fine-when he CLEARLY was not-I was riled up with worry for him anyway and wondering if I did something to upset him.
I don't get it either. I'm constantly struggling with this type of thing and it drives me ape-shit. Hell, even a simple "I'm feeling off, can we talk about it later?" is WAY better than "fine" when their not. My husband is convinced that his body language, attitude, etc should be ignored once he says there is nothing wrong
. Why can't they get it, when they say one thing, but act contrary, it sets all the alarms and insecurities off. They need better acting coaches