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WaGirl
My husband cries too easy and I can't stand it. Guys can you help me please?
He's always been a bit too sensitive. Crying at every little fight and when trying to share his feelings about something. He used to cry on my shoulder like a little girl. And he'll blame me or work for his insecurities. It has really turned me off and our relationship has been affected. It's been going on for many years. He won't seek help. Guys have you found help for this and what worked? How can I get him to go see a counselor about this?
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I am not abusive to my husband at all. Our quarrels are typical, wife/ husband stuff.
His crying is excessive, not normal. It's like he needs me to be his mother, not his wife.



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♥му ¢нιℓ∂яєη αяє му ℓιƒє♥
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i mean if a guy loved a girl and he thinks maby one day they could seperate maby he will cry to let you knoe he actuelly cares about you and what you do and how you maby feel about him sometimes you gotta think their is always a reason for everything

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Julius
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I think both of you need counsel, women tend to nag an scream when making a point,reminds some men of their mothers i can understand what the fellow is going through.

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Joe C
Never had that problem, sorry

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GORGI
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tell him if he don't stop crying you're going to take him to see a counselor

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mebo
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Never had that problem so I don't think I can help.

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sheloves_dablues
Expressing emotion is normal and healthy.

Cutting someone down is not.

YOU need to get some counselling, to understand why you feel that men should not express their emotions.

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patricia e
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You should consider yourself lucky. How many men these days just bottle up the feelings thinking its the manly thing too do. Many people today are going though internal changes and healing these days. Did u ever think he may be an empath. His feeling are valid. we are here to all learn from each other and FEEL Look in the mirror, maybe your too insenitive, we are all refletions of each other. When one says negative things about the other--it is usually the one saying that has the problem. so be supportive and just listen. He is the one has to realise he has the problem not u. when he does he will work on changing it. No one will change unless they want to. DONT TRY TO CHANGE SOMEONE> It is was it is. Honor and bless his soul and pray.

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Muffin
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just tell him u dont like it and he will be punnished if he doesnt NUT UP.
tell him if he starts winning like a little girl u will treat him as such, you should take advanatage of the hole sitation and DOMINATE HIS A$$.
that is in a sexually manner have fun with it tie him up get some leather and take him to a very dark place.
I would get that out of him so fast his head would spin.

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b0rnbad
Being honest about feelings is one thing... crying at the drop of a hat is something completely different.
It sounds to me like he may have been babied a little too much as a boy. Did he have a strong Father figure? If not, then that's how he learned to get his way with things...by crying.
If he did - then he may have a hormone imbalance or another medical reason.
The one thing I do know is this: If he won't or can't admit to this as being a problem then you'll never get him into counseling... and even if he does goes grudgingly it won't help. He has to realize that this is a problem first.
Other than that, I'd say you're going to have to put up with it.... or have an affair..... or both. Then again - both of those aren't really solutions, just ways of coping.

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ShaNayNay
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he does need a counselor too...sounds like he's been holding onto something that's been hurting him from like, when he was a child or something.

oh my! ...that would turn me off a little too. i wonder if there's a way in which you could actually make it so that he could see his insecurities are from him and not you or work?

for instance, he cries because someone at work took credit for his work. so you ask him why didn't he stand up for himself. and he's got whatever justification. and you ask, why is it important to you that you get the credit for that...and he replies with whatever justification.....(u get it)

ask him things in way that makes him dig out his own shyt instead of throwing it on you and work.

sorry - i'm not only not a man, but that's the best i got. i feel for you.

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Hello2u
ive been hurt by alot of girls, even my current one who wants to take a second break. makes you just want to cry everyday. when we fight though i never cry, i like to try and solve stuff. shes the one that crys and its so hard to talk when that happens.

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Al
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I've learned if the wife is bothered the husband will be bothered. The best way is to Communicate to him that you do not like him to cry all the time for every little thing. Sure it is ok to cry and be sensitive but over every little thing that's not normal. Maybe if you go with him to his counseling, not only will that help him to go but maybe you will find the answer on why he cries all the time.

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jnjmommy
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There is nothing wrong with a guy crying but there is with him blaming you for his insecurities. You need to have a talk with him.

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Kim
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That's strange.

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JodeSZ
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That used to be the same problem with my Ex'. At first i thought it was sweet but that it really began to irritate me and i was fed up. I confronted him and he stopped after a while. Tell him he needs to be more manly.

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Acquiescent
I see a counselor for being a whiny wuss wad when it comes to marriage and now I've discovered that I'm a misogynist that really doesn't deserve a woman in my life.

Tell him I wish him luck!

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M
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This same question was asked yesterday, how many dudes are there like this anyway. Try Zoloft or something.

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James
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I've never heard of such a sensitive guy before.

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Chester ™
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tell him if he has an issue, use a tissue.

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BusyB
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Your husband did not become a crier over night, was he not this way when you met him, probably thought it was cute. Anyway talk to him about it tell him you need his strength not his tears.

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Jillian
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hmm..
this is a hard one...
Stop and think, what happend to the man i married...what could have happened.. why does he blame his workplace and or me...

i think you should jut sit down.. have him tell you whats wrong..and u will figure out everything.

Ask him if he thinks he should seek help for the Sake of your marrige.

good luck!

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jade scarlette :)
I feel horrible for your husband. You are so insensitive.

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Edward
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Why do you want to stop him? Crying is the best and true emotion one can show toward others coming from the heart (not brain). It only shows what a wonderful person he is. Enjoy it while it is there. Once he stops he will be a different person. Perhaps he will not remain the same person you married.

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stupendous
If you find him too sensitive, I would venture to say that there is more to it than that. Heck, my wife irritates me by the way she eats her cereal in the morning, but after thirty years I can live with it. Sure, some mornings it seems louder, but what the heck.

Being sensitive is all right, it isn't a problem that makes someone less 'manly'. If he is insecure also, then it is your role to pump him up, to make him feel good about himself, and to help him work through it. Just weigh out all the good qualities he has, and then the bad ones, and hopefully, the good outweigh the bad.

You gotta take the good with the bad, that's love, and that's marriage.
Where is Al Bundy when you need him?

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Santa&#39;s Replacement
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I'm actually attracted to males who can cry and share their feelings. Guys who let things like that out dont have it all bottled up like our whacked out society tells them to. No WONDER so many men out there are locked up and have mental and emotional issues. -_-

Feel honored that he feels comfortable to share this side of him with you.

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Snarky
Apparently you need to change his estrogen pills for testosterone pills.

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Ms. GTO
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I have the opposite problem. I would love if my husband were more sensitive, but instead of talking about his problems and bringing them to me, he gets angry and stressed out and pouts like a two year old.

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orla
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I have the same problem with my 5 year old boy. Annoying isn't it?

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Ranger4402
He does need guidance for his insecurities. But the crying? Consider it healthy. Would you prefer he drown his insecurity in liquor and other drugs or beat you to kingdom come? Would it be better if he internalized it all and remained stone cold to you and everyone else?

If he won't go to counseling then you go for your own good. This problem has gone on too long and you are not equipped to cope with it on your own. Get counseling for your own good and leave the door open for him to join you.

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May Bee
He's not the one with the problem.
Maybe you should go see a counselor and learn how to accept the character of the man you married.

Another poster child for "Don't put up with something at the beginning and then bytch about it later on".

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Seeking out something
I suffered from the same emotional feelings before. Sometimes they still return, but I can control them better. For me, I grew up with 3 older sisters, including my mother. That makes 4 women all watching soap opera's and drama movies. Therefore, I grew up emotionally sensitive. I changed because " I " wanted to change my behavior. Men will not change unless they themselves hope to make a change. We are stubborn, it's our nature. I agree that he needs to seek counseling, but he must want to change as well. Tell him how you feel and what you are thinking. Good luck.

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