Our expert says:
Maybe it's about the bed, and now simply in a selfish way, but because it may, in his view, interfere with the plans for the new place you meant to share. But also, such strong reations to a single incident, often reflect a broader issue. It can be useful to apologise, not for bying the bed --- that was your decision to make --- but expressing your regret that this seems to have upset him so much ( so, actually, you'd be talking about how he reacted rather than what you decided ). I'm not sure that it would help to ask him over the phone, as that's more impersonal, and you're going to be together this-evening, anyway.
Really raises some good points. Some things, like the bed, will ultimately be your decision to make, but maybe he needs to fel that you respect his point of view more. And, if you are as a couple, going to need someone, your sister or someone else, to babysit, then wouldn't they need a bed of their own ? Maybe even more so if not your sister ?
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