I am not BP but husband is. The question is that even if the truth hurts do you want to know or do you think we nonBPs who have your best intrest in mind, have some responsiability to protect you from how you make us feel, because we know deep down inside you didnt mean to make us feel bad. I dont mean in a hateful way of notification I mean in a grown up kind of hey, you hurt my feelings and this is why. I dont like personal attacks and I wont do that to my husband I love him too much, soooooo much. I dont want to hurt his feelings but can he really change how he treats me when it is hurtful as well, which has expressed as something he views as importantto him as well which, he does not want to hurt me either and wants positive feed back but no matter how constructive in my criticism I could possiablly be I would still feel offensive toward him and risk puting him into a manic episode. Please any advice would be helpful but mostly my question is that even if the truth hurts would you rather know or be protected to keep you from getting depressed for hurting my feelings, leading to an unknown future?
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