Our expert says:
Good morning, A !
Hmm. Do ANY of us every truly know what anyone else is thinking ? Is it necessary for all our fleeting emotions to "come out" ? Of course, if a previous bf was abusive and reacted with hostility to any expression of your emotions, you'd have learned to be more cautious about expressing them. Its neither necessary to keep everything to oneself, nor to wear one's heart on one's sleeve ( as they used to say ). Finding a mid-way would be more useful. Might couples counselling sessions help ? Are there major issues remaining within you relating to the earlier abuse which you miht usefully deal with in personal counselling ?
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