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My current partner of 14 months seems to have mood swings once a month, he goes all quiet and very moody, and snaps at me if I speak to him, this has happened many times throughout the relationship, I have tried to let him have space when his like this, but then I get accused of being quiet and moody, it always seems to be me who apologises, and only then will he admit that he was moody and not before. I just don't know what to do any more, I love him to bits.

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I can see that you do truly love this man despite his moody ways, and I really do not see at all that it is you that is causing the problems with his moodiness, however, it is always easier to blame you, rather than take the blame himself, this is reverse psychology. I can see that generally you do normally get along fine. Once a month he tends to lash out at really silly little things and then pretends that you are really the problem. This man does tend to push your buttons and then it makes you feel rather low at times I feel that you become the emotional punch bag. When your man gets in a mood the first thing to do is approach him and gently ask him what exactly the problem is. Most men turn rather aloof when they have problems that they do not wish to discuss. This is the cause of the moodiness, it is best to let him decide whether he wishes to talk or not, he may not open up initially but after some time he might want to talk and let you know the real reason behind his mood swings, I do feel that this man is really tired which may have some bearing on his moods. Isolation can be a way of dealing with mood swings and a lot of men do tend to do this, give him enough time and space to think about things and he will come back to you in a more relaxed mood. Make sure that you are ready and willing to listen when he talks, once you know what is the real cause, things become easier to deal with. To be a good listener is one way to deal with a moody man when he is ready to talk about what is wrong then he needs someone who will listen to him rather than talk. Let him say all that he has to say and then you can offer the advice that you want. Once he has finished talking then you may wish to ask him what it is he wants and do what you can in order to bring him out of these mood swings, getting to the bottom of this situation is the key to resolving his behaviour. If the moodiness persists then you may wish to coax him in to seeking some expert help such as a counsellor. I do actually feel that you will have a balance around this situation and this will all settle down around the month of August, for the time being take a deep breath, keep calm and without any reaction from you his mood swings will become less and less, and rather than get moody he will actually being to talk things through, bringing more tranquillity into this relationship.

Angie
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I can see that you do truly love this man despite his moody ways, and I really do not see at all that it is you that is causing the problems with his moodiness, however, it is always easier to blame you, rather than take the blame himself, this is reverse psychology. I can see that generally you do normally get along fine. Once a month he tends to lash out at really silly little things and then pretends that you are really the problem. This man does tend to push your buttons and then it makes you feel rather low at times I feel that you become the emotional punch bag. When your man gets in a mood the first thing to do is approach him and gently ask him what exactly the problem is. Most men turn rather aloof when they have problems that they do not wish to discuss. This is the cause of the moodiness, it is best to let him decide whether he wishes to talk or not, he may not open up initially but after some time he might want to talk and let you know the real reason behind his mood swings, I do feel that this man is really tired which may have some bearing on his moods. Isolation can be a way of dealing with mood swings and a lot of men do tend to do this, give him enough time and space to think about things and he will come back to you in a more relaxed mood. Make sure that you are ready and willing to listen when he talks, once you know what is the real cause, things become easier to deal with. To be a good listener is one way to deal with a moody man when he is ready to talk about what is wrong then he needs someone who will listen to him rather than talk. Let him say all that he has to say and then you can offer the advice that you want. Once he has finished talking then you may wish to ask him what it is he wants and do what you can in order to bring him out of these mood swings, getting to the bottom of this situation is the key to resolving his behaviour. If the moodiness persists then you may wish to coax him in to seeking some expert help such as a counsellor. I do actually feel that you will have a balance around this situation and this will all settle down around the month of August, for the time being take a deep breath, keep calm and without any reaction from you his mood swings will become less and less, and rather than get moody he will actually being to talk things through, bringing more tranquillity into this relationship.

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