How should I comfort my girl when she's sad?
She crying because her parents are splitting up.
What should I do?
Matt_Aranha last edited by Matt_Aranha
@Romeo_16 Just let her know you're there for her. Hold her, stroke her hair, let her lean on and depend on you. If you can't be with her in person, send her a message to let her know that whatever she needs from you, she's got - but make it a voice message rather than a text one. She's already going to be feeling isolated and will be reassured by the additional level of human contact that actually hearing you will bring.
When she needs it, give her a hug
When she want it, give her your ear
When she talk crazy, give her perspective
When she's unreasonable, give her space
Probably not my strong point, interpersonal relations is an area I admit I'm poor at but that should do
@Matt_Aranha thx rly needed that
just listen to her. Tell her that's life, and that everything will pass.
GORZON last edited by
• Don't tell it happens in life etc etc. Just do something so that she knows you’re there for her when she needs you.
• Give her some gifts and take her out in nature or restaurant.
• Go and watch movies together.
• In the end, everyone will be sad if their parents split up. That is completely normal. You, I or anyone can never change that no matter how hard we try. Best of luck!
L0NL3Y-_-BRUDA last edited by
@Romeo_16 tell her to man tf up!
Matt_Aranha last edited by
@Romeo_16 No worries. Hope all is okay soon.
@L0NL3Y-_-BRUDA seriously dude
@rip80sa1 thx were all good now
@GORZON thx for the tips she loves going to the movies
@SirScaredalot ur so helpful and it worked but there was a lot of crying and hugs