Our expert says:
There can be no general, generic answer to this question. It depends on what the issues are, why they remain unresolved, why you feel the need to resolve them, and on the personalities and wishes of each of you. Do try to lose that horribly fashionable word "confront" --- confrontation implies aggression, nose-to-nose glaring, and creating conflict. Occasionally such a response might be warranted, but it rarely if ever produces understanding o the useful answering of significant questions.
Also, what is really necessary for these issues to be resolved ? Is it YOUR understanding of them that needs to improve, or his ? Do you want something in you to change, or something in him ? Does he have to be involved in YOU resolving these issues ?
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