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How to comfort my crying girlfriend ?

 
 
chai2
 
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Reply Tue 26 Apr, 2011 07:53 am
@Mame,
Mame wrote:

Agree completely. Quit feeding into, get away from her crying and she'll soon stop. Might call you a jerk, but she'll stop.

Makes me wonder what else makes her cry all day.


She's crying "all day" because she's sitting around thinking about herself. Thinking about herself feeling bad about someone she doesn't know, and who doesn't even know she's alive.
She needs to get out of the house and do something productive. Guaranteed if she goes and cleans out the garage for 2 hours, she's not going to be crying while doing it.

Her GF are not going to all start bawling over this. Oh, they might all start in with the "poor mary, she's so upset because she had a dream, oh no, oh my" If she keeps it up though, they'll get sick of it.

It's now the next day. She's had another nights sleep and didn't dream the same thing. The dream is fading, and she's not crying any more.

I had to say this, because it sounds too much like a guy answer, but she's probably having her period, and just got all emotional.

She'll learn the best way to handle being emotional/weepy while on the rag is to go to her room, shut the door, and just have a good long cry.

That's much more likely than this scenerio that someone else she knows has died (and the BF doesn't know about it?) and is transferring the feelings to this celeb.
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Bella Dea
 
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Reply Wed 27 Apr, 2011 06:29 am
That is just.... stupid really.

Tell her to stop the dramatics. She's 18. Old enough to tell you if something else is bothering her. Jeeze.
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PUNKEY
 
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Reply Wed 27 Apr, 2011 06:36 am
Catz - you really need to figure out if you want to spend time with an inconsolable person who is in anguish about a DREAM.

There is something else going on, but you need to watch this to figure out if this is a pattern of behavior with her. Is she overly dramatic, overly senstive, emotionally immature?
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bieberfever32798
 
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Reply Mon 2 May, 2011 03:40 pm
@Catzanddogz,
A hug can always help. And somtimes there might be more to the story if you read between the lines. In other words make sure that is all that is wrong. then your job is to listen a hug not to fix what is wrong. I know you might want to but that could make her mad.
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relationshippro
 
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Reply Sat 15 Mar, 2014 04:14 am
@Catzanddogz,
well let her cry,hug her and Whisper calming thing in her ear,then once she stop crying,tell her why your sorry and you didn't mean to hurt her,hugs,kisses and lots of Patience
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