Happy?angry?guilty? What? It's an immature thing to do but what are the effects?
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I don't like it. Now, it depends if I feel I've done something to feel guilty about, and know what it is, then sure, I feel a little guilty, but it would annoy the heck out of me if I've apologized, tried to make right, and then still get it. Now, if I have no idea, it still annoys me.
But, last girl I dated did it constantly. So, most of the time, I didn't feel guilty; IF I knew what it was that I had supposedly done, it usually wasn't anything that was worth that amount of anger (like I wouldn't wear a ring on my wedding finger after two weeks of dating (we hadn't even discussed being exclusive yet)).
Most of the time (at least so far) I do what I can to ignore it and act like nothing is going on. I'll try to talk to her responsibly, figure out if I'm really in the wrong or if it's her; After too long, though, the girl might just "silence" herself right out of a relationship. I need someone who will treat me with respect and talk to me (in private, later) if she's mad.
I do my best to do the same, and to me, the silent treatment, especially the longer it goes, is a pretty big form of immaturity and disrespect to not only me, but herself AND the relationship.