jordanhamilton
3 years ago1,000+ Views
Fellas, according to the video seen below, unless you're ready to argue -- this is one question you should never ask your woman: 'Baby, What's Wrong?'
While I can beg to differ for several reasons, we can take this debate to the comment section below. Let's talk this one out right quick and nip it in the bud once and for all.

Ladies, do you feel some type of way when your man asks you 'what's wrong'?

Fellas, does this video seem accurate or exaggerated?
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you have to remember, women are emotional beings. way more emotional than men, but I def get what you mean as far as act like an adult. I feel like guys have to be mindful of what they say and vice versa. although it shouldn't be that way @Arellano1052
@BeannachtOraibh Oh /.\ It wasn't taken that way! There's no need to apologize or feel any negativity regarding anything! I was quite enjoying the exchange!
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@Arellano1052 Sorry for deleting that response. When I re-read it, using realized it may have come off a bit judgmental and projecting, and I was not intending to be. I was just wanting to clarify what I meant previously. I do agree that in a close healthy relationship, "What's wrong?" is a perfectly reasonable question, most of the time. But some circumstances and a great many people require a more delicate approach, and that was all I was trying to get at. I really meant no offense, and I appreciate your candor.
Going about it the way you're proposing we should would be the better way of dealing with a wider variety of people. So it's probably a better habit to get into haha ^>^
@BeannachtOraibh Addressing your "and to be honest..." statement: It would seem that way, except for the part where I made it clear that "When I ask somebody "What's wrong?", it's with the full intention of doing whatever needs to be done to make the person feel better, whether it be listening to a vent and agreeing with everything you say or going out and kicking somebody's ass because they hurt you." I'm the kind of person where it's really obvious that if I don't care, I won't say anything. That's quite clear in just an hour, if that, of privately talking to me. Every person is different, but how this works for me is that anybody I'm friends with, anybody who has personally talked to me for a small amount of time will know exactly how I am. And a relationship will be after an even longer amount of time. I don't say this to sound like an ass, which if I do, I'm sorry it's being taken that way. I'm just saying this from the point of view of someone who knowingly unconditionally cares when in a relationship and from someone who rarely hides. And anybody I get into a relationship with will be that way too. I guess that also plays a huge part in why this approach works for me. Aside from that, your point is understandable ^.^
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