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There are many reasons for this behaviour and not all of them actual his family/culture, awkward silences are rude/bothersome, so he just keeps talking to avoid the awkward moment. The point his, you want a moment of silence and he is always trying to avoid it. Out of politeness. he believes he should keep talking because, in his view, you do not want to ...


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This is not an attempt at diagnosis, but the issues you describe sound very much like one particular aspect of autism spectrum differences. Autism spectrum is a complex condition that requires understanding far more about a person than what you've shared, and I'm not qualified to do that diagnosis even if you were wanting to share. But it may be helpful to ...


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So, lady here having a similar problem with my BF. Been as nice as I possibly can and sometimes it works. I think there is a lot of great advice and definitely keep trying to see what works.At the end of the day it seems like she is so conflict avoidant she isn’t even aware herself what her wants and needs are because she has pushed them so far she doesn’t ...


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I may be wrong but I assume people are described as difficult mostly when they talk too much or with sudden changes of topic, not when they talk/ask too little. I certainly don't know if this is true in your case, but you may want to focus more on (active) listening rather than your focus on questions. So I want to ask people questions that will please ...


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