| | Re: How to not be controlling
One example from just this weekend. We were on a road trip to Pittsburgh and she pulled out the dvd player and headphones. I asked her to try it once without the headphones to see if the speakers were loud enough to overcome the road noise. She immediately came back and said I was trying to control her and wouldn't let her listen to it the way she wanted to. In my mind, I was asking her to try it quick, then go about her business.