You loved your sweetie. That was the first disclaimer you made when discussing your many relationship problems with your friends. But ooh, you just got so irritated!
Your lover was apt to yak and yak, at inappropriate times -- you couldn't read a newspaper or watch a movie without being interrupted by a flood of chatter. Even more annoying, much of the babble concerned your lover's big plans and soaring dreams. At first it was cute, but then it wasn't. You got fed up with hearing about goals that would never be realized, dreams that would never come to fruition. Your lover was all talk and no action, and you were all about energy, movement and force. All the inactivity made you feel stultified and angry. If you were going to get along, you needed to take things slowly. Your partner viewed you as aggressive and kinda mean, and there was a reason for that. Take a good hard look at yourself. Were you a partner or a parent? You were often impatient and inconsiderate. You needed to think of your lover's feelings before you spoke and acted. Instead you let your annoyance color your dealings.