View Poll Results: Does your partner listen to you?

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    Yes...when he can hear me over the children.

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    If I start the conversation with "Beer" or "Wow, look at those boobs!" I am sure to have his instant attention

    Seriously, there's a time to have conversations - and in the middle of the Collingwood Grand Final isn't a gat time to say "Hey I'm pregnant!", whereas there is never a right time to have some conversations, they just have to be had.

    I try to pick or make the right time and most of the time MOTH does listen and take notice.

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    Not at all. He always insists that I haven't told him things when I am 100% certain that I have, I hate it.
    If I really want him to listen then I can drop the f bomb and that gets his attention for a few seconds.
    It's like he lives in his own little world most of the time.

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    Quite often, no. It's like he listens, nods and says yep. Then will completely disregard what I've said or do what he said he wouldn't. Selective hearing I think

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    Yes. His problem is that I don't listen to him, especially when I'm on BH.

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    Quote Originally Posted by babyla View Post
    Yes. His problem is that I don't listen to him, especially when I'm on BH.
    Haha - same! DH will talk for a while and then go "Ohhhh no. She's lost in BH land..."

    I also have a major problem listening to him answer, after I have asked him to explain something to me! It irritates me so much, as I really want to know the answer! I do the same with directions - nod, go 'u huh', and really my brain is having a Homer Simpson/ monkey with cymbals moment.

    But, yes. DH is a great listener.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Girl X View Post
    Haha - same! DH will talk for a while and then go "Ohhhh no. She's lost in BH land..."

    I also have a major problem listening to him answer, after I have asked him to explain something to me! It irritates me so much, as I really want to know the answer! I do the same with directions - nod, go 'u huh', and really my brain is having a Homer Simpson/ monkey with cymbals moment.

    But, yes. DH is a great listener.
    This.. I'm definatly the one with painted on ears in this relationship lol

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    I think that my DH is a much better listener than I am.

    I tend to interupt all the time (comes from my job I think) and I really have to concentrate to stop myself from doing this.

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    definitely depends what we are talking about

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    Yes I am fantastic at listening to myself and I always agree with what I have to say. Quite often I don't do what I've promised myself though...


 

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