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August 08, 2018, 09:35:04 AM
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pokemonGo


Yesterday, my girlfriend was cooking her favorite dishes and I was so excited to taste everything. She was very serious doing her work, and I felt the urge to help her. When I did, I messed some of it and she got mad. She walked out and I tried to chase her. She won’t talk to me the whole day until this morning. How should I make up to her? Should I cook her a foreign cuisine? However, I’m bad at cooking. What should I do?

August 08, 2018, 10:25:19 AM
Reply #1

Steve5


I think she feels bad about you interrupting her serious work. It's like when we do stuff we really like. We don't want to make a mistake and mess it up. So I can understand how frustrated she must feel when someone else does it for her.

It's best you give her some time to think. But let her know in humble ways that you're really sorry. Sometimes explaining stuff can come across as you hurriedly trying to fix the problem. She wants you to know that you really hurt her feelings. And that's okay.

Stuff like this will pass in time. But you have to find ways to show that you care about what you did. Say sorry every now and then. Not too much or too often. And when you do apologize, always be sincere, succinct, and polite. Never drag it out to another explanation.

And if she does ask you why you did it, calmly explain how you felt inclined to help her. And that you recognize that your good intention doesn't make up for what you did to her hard work.

August 08, 2018, 12:54:16 PM
Reply #2

wallet


I guess she wanted to cook for you something special, buy her some flowers and ask forgiveness and tell her you love her, she will forgive you and she will understand you.

August 09, 2018, 09:36:26 AM
Reply #3

pokemonGo


I guess she wanted to cook for you something special, buy her some flowers and ask forgiveness and tell her you love her, she will forgive you and she will understand you.

yeah, right. Thanks, man!

August 09, 2018, 09:37:15 AM
Reply #4

pokemonGo


I think she feels bad about you interrupting her serious work. It's like when we do stuff we really like. We don't want to make a mistake and mess it up. So I can understand how frustrated she must feel when someone else does it for her.

It's best you give her some time to think. But let her know in humble ways that you're really sorry. Sometimes explaining stuff can come across as you hurriedly trying to fix the problem. She wants you to know that you really hurt her feelings. And that's okay.

Stuff like this will pass in time. But you have to find ways to show that you care about what you did. Say sorry every now and then. Not too much or too often. And when you do apologize, always be sincere, succinct, and polite. Never drag it out to another explanation.

And if she does ask you why you did it, calmly explain how you felt inclined to help her. And that you recognize that your good intention doesn't make up for what you did to her hard work.

Thank you for this advice.

August 13, 2018, 09:39:41 AM
Reply #5

RoseKaizer


It is natural to get mad if something ruin,just like your girl who get mad because you ruined her.masterpiece,but as days pass by if your girl really love you she will forgive you, say sorry and tell to her that its not really your intention to destroy her masterpiece.

August 13, 2018, 12:36:16 PM
Reply #6

ion


I think this is just a cute argument, and your girlfriend just wants you attention.  Girls really like to play, they want to be chased by their boyfriend.  A simple sorry and treat her to eat outside will help you a lot.  But honestly, try to ignore her after so many rejected apologize, I know she will initiate to talk to you.

August 13, 2018, 12:48:59 PM
Reply #7

Steve5


I think this is just a cute argument, and your girlfriend just wants you attention.  Girls really like to play, they want to be chased by their boyfriend.  A simple sorry and treat her to eat outside will help you a lot.  But honestly, try to ignore her after so many rejected apologize, I know she will initiate to talk to you.

I can see where this might be true in some cases. But others are often more delicate than they seem. While forgiveness is likely to be given, it must also be earned through earnest ways. It may not be so nice if you try to turn the tables by ignoring the person you hurt.

August 20, 2018, 09:58:15 AM
Reply #8

Martinsx


Getting pissed over cooking a meal? I find that very odd and hard to believe that it's the actual reason why she was pissed. Maybe there was another thing that happened which she is yet to open up to you and the incident during the cooking aggravated the issue for her. So, my advice would be to seat back and look back at what you must have done before the cooking to know what's actually pissing her.

 

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