"...when it comes to men, you may be better off not talking about it at all?"
For as long as many of us can remember, we’ve been told that if we’ve got a problem, particularly a relationship problem, the answer is to talk it out. Go to a therapist and talk to a shrink about your issues. Boyfriend or husband acting distant? Well, you better talk to him about that. Not sure what to do about a problem in your life? Get on the phone, send an email, heck, Twitter it while you’re at it. It’s all talk, all the time. But what if sometimes, particularly when it comes to relationships, and especially when it comes to men, you may be better off not talking about it at all?
I have never understood why people want to talk to a husband or boyfriend constantly about "the relationship." Even though I am a woman, if someone did this to me, I would really be disgusted and bored. Sure, if there is a specific problem, address it in a non-accusing way, but to be talking "about your relationship" constantly seems to me to be a way to doom it, not enhance it.
What do you think?