It's not what you say, it's how you say it
I have been married for about six months now, my husband and I have been together for 5 years. I love him dearly, but he doesn't seem to understand his delivery is terrible. I have tried explaining to him, that it is not what he says, but how he says it, but well clearly here we still are.
There have been numerous occasions, when he has said something, that he claims was not ment in the way in which I took it, but he doesn't seem to see why I took it the way I did.
For example, just now he came through the door after work, within 5 minutes, I got hit with
Have you ever thought about going throug couples therapy?
If you can't make him realize you're feeling uncomfortable on your own (it's not your fault, some people don't get things that easily), perhaps all you need is the help of a professional.
It may sound a little too much at first, but think about it!
what did he hit you for? the way he answers questions is not gonna change. accept his style or find a better boyfriend hopefully one that doesn't hit you all the time.