Here’s a lesson for you to learn. and this is probably one of the most important lesson out of all the lessons to learn about treating women right.
when she is having a bad day, or when you are feeling a negative vibe from her, when her mood changes, or when she seems disturbed or bothered about something, it is right for you to ask what is wrong. it is right for you to be concerned because this shows her you care about her and this gives her the security of your love for her.
if it is about you, she will say “I’m fine” and still be bothered by it. she’ll try to shrug it off and forget about it, but deep down inside, she is dying to let you know what’s on her mind. she just doesn’t know how or where to start.
if it is something she isn’t comfortable talking to you about, she will say “don’t worry about it.” if it is a subject that is general enough - like having a bad day, or when she’s on her period, or she’s tired… most of that is probably true.
don’t get angry and lose patience when she doesn’t tell you what’s wrong with her. if she doesn’t want to say it, don’t force her to. rather, reassure her that you are always there to listen and support her in every way possible. allow her to trust you with her issues. prove to her that you’re worthy of her trust towards you. if she does tell you, and the problem is about something you did, you do everything out of your will to understand her perspective because she’s upset for a reason. if she doesn’t tell you and it’s not about what you did or said, and it’s more of a general problem, cheer her up, get her mind off the stress,
and when she is ready, she will open up to you. have patience and wisdom.