I'm new here and thought I might get a male perspective to this. My fiancé and I are having a lot of problems. He has anger issues and I'm working on issues of my own. It's gotten to the point where we have put off getting married so we can work out some issues. We are in therapy, but there is one issue that we can't seem to get past. When we argue, he always says to be that I'm never satisfied.

It hurts that he feels this way because a day doesn't go by, even when we're arguing, that I don't tell him that I love him and thank him for being a wonderful man. He gets befuddled when I point this out to him, but he stays angry and upset for days. We're suppose to be doing the mirroring when we argue. You know, I say something, he repeats it, and that way we know we're both on the same page. He doesn't do that, though. Instead, he just blurts out that I'm never satisfied. Is he doing this because he's already emotionally checked out of the relationship? It does seem he's giving up and doesn't want to work on our relationship.

I know I said male perspective, but I'm sure a lot of females can relate. Thank you for your input. I'm so confused!