Our expert says:
Why describe him ? A better question would be how to deal with him. Its understandable for someone whose feelings were hurt to sulk a litle, but grown men don't keep that up for long, especially not when the other person has apologised. Wait for his sulk to wear off. Maybe you can use this as an opportunity to suggest that you feel so bad about having said such nasty things, you'd like him to join you in marriage counselling, to work out how you can, together, prevent such things from happening again.
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