Now, when you start an argument about her controlling nature, try to push the argument towards what makes her do such things.Try to ask her why she is so afraid of trusting you that she has to supervise every aspect of your life.
Order is the only thing that relieves anxiety for them.And if you don't agree they'll do everything in their power to sway you. Don't let him take away your emotional freedom, girl! It may seem endearing at first, 'Good morning' texts, calls before bed and constant contact to see if you're OK. Party weekends with the girlies have turned into movie nights in with the boyfriend. Seems thoughtful, but there's a fine line between sweetheart and freak. Just as spontaneity scares the sh*t out of him, NOT being in total control does, too. Try to reason with her that if her unpleasant behavior is just a tool to deal with her childhood insecurities or an overbearing family, you sympathize with her.Make her realize that if being a control freak is just a means to neutralize her day-long anxiety, you can help her getting out of this doubting mold.I adamantly believe that while it’s normal and common for one partner in a relationship to be the more dominant partner, neither party in any relationship should seek to control the other.With that said, here is some advice for those of you who love control freaks: Nothing can be out of place, all things must be orderly, and god forbid you be the poor fool to make things slightly untidy.Getting angry when you're out with the girls or freaking out when he hears you say another guy's name are tell-tale signs that your man has some major jealousy issues. CFs have a tendency to be pretty damn condescending. *Yawn*When the love infatuation fades and things start to get REAL it's only then when you Sounds familiar, right?He got up and talk about how he felt shy with women, and always wanted to make them feel safe.The group leader asked the women in the group, “How do you feel about a guy like this, who won’t talk to you?