The situation was like I got out of bus..as it is winter here so its cold ,i started telling him why he has not weared sweater and all and that too he was in shorts ...as he keeps me on saying to wear sweater ...after that I lovingly and playfully patted on his head twice or trice while saying...
The situation was like I got out of bus..as it is winter here so its cold ,i started telling him why he has not weared sweater and all and that too he was in shorts ...as he keeps me on saying to wear sweater ...after that I lovingly and playfully patted on his head twice or trice while saying this...he replied that I don't have respect at least I should keep his ...(as I was doing this in public and imagine it was night time aroung 11 30 to 12 ..hradly one man was standing ) ...i felt very bad that time ...since that time I have not talked to him so he in turn stopped talking to me...its its 6 days since today ...we have not talked ...i m getting mad..i m not sleeping so I m irritated ...my health is also affected beacause of this...please suggest wht should I do ..? plsssssssss help me plsss...as I m pissed off from this situation as it happens every time and I m the most affected and hurted one ...and m not able to express this to him as he thinks these things are silly.
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Here's the thing - the silent treatment doesn't bother guys, because we're perfectly fine going days without communicating.
It bothers girls though. One of the worst things a girl can do to another girl, is to blank her and stop talking to her. Guys probably wouldn't even notice.
When a girl decides to give a guy the silent treatment, it usually blows up in her face.
You may be mad, sleepless and irritable. I guarantee he's not.
Stop trying to give him the silent treatment. You only wind up hurting yourself.
I though getting hurt was the idea behind it, oh, wait correction, to make it look like your hurt. What's wired is I know why you did it. Drama=get sh*t done. You can find out how much someone cares, have something to do and talk about, grow your relationship. That's where the cliche of "Good relationships need arguments/fights" Normally it works but, its obvious he doesn't care as much as you think/hope he does. Tip of the day, use something important as the base of the argument
the silent treatment might work on very clingy guys, however in general, it's not a very bright idea and it does indeed blow up in your face.
so please change and grow up from the child like attitude of ignoring people to evoke a response that you want. Confront it dang it, you can't just stand there and hope he comes to get you. A relationship requires both sides to be tugging at each other.