Our expert says:
I finf it a notably common problem that men, even if they have good reasons to feel sad, anxiours or troubled, annoy their wives by going silent and refusing to discuss their concerns.
When he admits to having anger issues ( and you're not the only person likely to be affected by this, so he may also be causing problems at work, for instance ), strongly encourage him to seek help. Seeing a psychologist or counsellor in the first place, can be very hel[ful in aiding him in identifying the reasons why he gets so short-termpered, and dealing with this in a more fruitful fashion. Check for available people, and ask their receptionist or the shrink personally, if they can help work with such problems. Then the next time he apologises, tell him you've found someone he can work with to sort this out, and offer to make the appointment for him if he'll suggest when he'll be available
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