do taurus men call back after an argument??

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6/1/2010 8:32:20 PM | More
lola7515

hi everyone...i just got into an argument with my taurus guy...he thought he did nothing wrong but i felt like he did something wrong...do they ever come back after a fight?? its been 10 days and i havent heard from him...this is not like him...i would hear from him 3 times a day plus i would see him often....he told me that he really likes me and that he sees a future with me and that im gorgeous and a sweetheart...but now hes being so stubborn...do u think he'll ever come around?? im a libra if that helps
6/1/2010 11:25:08 PM | More
ninjamu

32 years old female

Ascendant: Aquarius Sun: Leo Moon

jeez, almost 2 weeks? what the hell really happened? no, it's not like a taurus to stay mad that long unless u really piss them off... and it's hard to get them to that point.

i've had disagreements, and minor arguments, with taureans before but they're often over it quickly. mostly, in my case, they don't even get that upset. i've only seen my bestie (a taurus) get really ticked off when there is utter disrespect involved.

u gotta give more details and be honest if u want a legit answer. ur being too vague and it seems like ur hiding details to cover up what u may have knowingly inflicted. just an observation, not stating a fact.
6/2/2010 10:07:32 AM | More
USCTaurusGal

female

Posted by ninjamu
it's hard to get them to that point.

(a taurus) get really ticked off when there is utter disrespect involved.



That is correct, it takes a long time for me to get upset, but once I do, it's over. Typically that is because it has been an issue for a long, long time. Also, disrespect is a no no! I will cut some one from my life immediately if I feel disrespected. In that case, there is no room for negotiation. I don't hate them or wish them any ill will; however, they can no longer be a part of my life, because I won't trust nor respect them - in which case, why would I associate with them?

To ninjamu's point, perhaps there is more to this story. No judgements here, just wanting to give you a valid/accurate response based on the facts. There are always 2 sides to every story...
6/3/2010 11:05:36 AM | More
lola7515

thanks for ur comments...i was with my taurus guy for 6 months...we would speak about 3 times a day and see each other...he told me that he really liked me and that he saw a future with me (that i would be the woman he would want to marry)...one day i found out on facebook that his long distance best friend (who happens to be a girl) is spending the weekend with him and his parents at their house...i got really hurt, angry and jealous bc i felt like he was being sneaky about it since he didnt tell me and i found out on facebook...i told him how i felt about it and he thought that he did nothing wrong and that shes a really good friend of his....he was like i dont have to tell u every detail....he told me that she had a lot going on thats why he invited her to spend the weekend with him and his family...he got mad at me bc he thought that i didnt trust him...its not that i dont trust him, i just dont trust her...i know the girl and shes a big flirt...anyway i was upset for 4 days and on the 5th day, I decided to call him to apologize...i realized that i may have OVERREACTED and that i was sorry...when i said that, he wasnt so nice...he had an attitude...and he was like "i dont like how u acted...i can do what i want, when i want....shes just a friend of mine." after him telling me that, he made it seem like i was a control freak (which im not)...all i did was tell him how i felt about this girl spending the weekend thats all...anyway how can someone tell u that they really really like you and that they see a future with u, then stop talking to u?? i dont get itt!! was he saying bs?? i felt like he lead me on.
6/3/2010 12:06:48 PM | More
USCTaurusGal

female

I can't speak for any other Taurus folks, but I don't forsake my friends for a piece of a$$/man. I'm not saying that he necessarily shouldn't have told you, and I understand you feeling a bit put out by it from finding out on Facebook, but to his point, unless I am living with someone, I don't feel I have to answer to anyone either. I'll respect them and everything, but I have my own life, and I live it. Additionally, I agree too, that individuals shouldn't HAVE to tell each other everything, if that's what each person mutually wants, then fantastic, but I don't think it's a necessity. I have things in my life that are private that I share with no one, even those closest to me. If and when the time comes and a person wants to share, they will, from my experience. I understand you not trusting his female friend, but at the end of the day, that's his friend. I have a lot of male friends and 75% of their women don't like me. They've all said catty comments to the men such as, "I can't believe you guys haven't slept together," "She's attractive, why doesn't she have her own man so she doesn't have to talk to you," "I don't feel comfortable with your friendship with her. I know you've known her a long time, but I'm not comfortable with you having a close friend that is a woman." The lists goes on. Here's the thing ---I respect ALL of my male friends and their relationships. I don't call them at inappropriate times of the day/night, or all the time. If we are all going somewhere, I'M the one who encourages them to bring their significant other; oftentimes they don't want to - that's their relationship and their business, not mine. I've traveled with some of my male friends while they've been in relationships. I've stayed at their homes, etc, but I haven't crossed any inappropriate lines with them, and to that point, as I always express to them, "We are JUST friends for a reason!" I love my male friends to death, but there isn't ONE of them I would EVER want to be in a relationship with. You can take that ish to the bank and cash it!
Good luck with your man.
6/3/2010 12:11:39 PM | More
USCTaurusGal

female

Incidentally, since he's a guy, if you came at him in a way that he feels was disrespectful or insulted his manhood, that may be a part of it too. I'm not a guy, and I don't know exactly what was said, but that could very well be a factor too.

6/3/2010 12:43:22 PM | More
lola7515

ok so do u think he'll ever contact me again?! i mean i did say that i was sorry...i read somewhere that it takes a while for a taurus to come back to someone that they really liked...hes so stubborn
6/3/2010 1:24:12 PM | More
USCTaurusGal

female

I would say that he'll likely cool down, and also, whatever he may be going through as well may be a factor too, since he said there was a lot going on with him. Yes, we can be extremely stubborn, but if we like/want something, we will get over it!
6/4/2010 1:43:41 PM | More
TaurGuy

31 years old male




USC had good advice for ya.. I'd like to add though..

-Put a taurus in a spot where he chooses between you and a long time friend, and your setting yourself up to lose..

-A Taurus loves a strong secure woman. If he's done nothing to warrant it, and your flipping out about a friend just because the friend is female, your showing yourself to be the opposite...

-The thought of telling you about it may not have even crossed his mind. A: Like USC said, he doesn't have to tell you everything.. B: He may have felt the loyalty and/or the security in the relationship was strong that it was just a given that it wouldn't be a problem.. Flipping out about it would make him maybe reevaluate your insecurity's in the relationship, and what he must do to keep you happy...



Things to think about.....
6/4/2010 9:14:10 PM | More
USCTaurusGal

female

Posted by TaurGuy



-Put a taurus in a spot where he chooses between you and a long time friend, and your setting yourself up to lose..

-A Taurus loves a strong secure woman. If he's done nothing to warrant it, and your flipping out about a friend just because the friend is female, your showing yourself to be the opposite...



Absofrigginglutely! Taurus are fiercely loyal to their friends, and given a choice - 99% of the time they are going with their friends. Now, with this caveat - we try to be fair about stuff, so if the friend was disrespecting the love interest we will put the friend in check too! It works both ways.
2/23/2011 6:39:35 AM | More
pyrobeef

Im a Taurus and sometimes when we get angry we like to sulk to get attention. But almost all the time, I will give in to love as it is THE MOST IMPORTANT THING for a Taurus to have.

Good thing is, he had made his point. And left to calm, bulls completely cool down after a heated argument or quarrel and will almost always totally forgive (too generously) if he really likes you.

give him bit of time, then see if he calls. if not, then send subtle SMS or calls but dont go panic mode and send more than 1 in a day.

2/23/2011 10:11:22 PM | More
Impulsv

40 years old female

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11/12/2011 11:55:26 PM | More
LibraLady11

Hello I was coming for some help because I was just sort of kind of in a relationship with a taurus male.
We were all cool with eachother and then out of nowhere he just slams it in my face that he just wants to be FRIENDS like wow really out of nowhere?
I don't understand why he did that to me if he was supposed to be liking me a lot I'm confused.... Help from any tauruses would be
Appreciated or from taurus males PLEASE !
11/13/2011 11:46:28 AM | More
Friction

33 years old male from this side of, paradise  

Sun 3°37' Taurus Moon 23°2

I think it depends on the scope of your relationship and how serious it is. Six months is a long time and there must have been something else besides this blowup to trigger such cold apathy. As another poster noted, the pressure builds for a long while with a Taurus, before they blow up. He's been noticing your behavior or scrutinizing your relationship. Maybe having his best friend stay with him is a much needed stress relief. I think not telling you about his best friends staying over was purposeful, a calculated and passive way of saying, "hey, I am doing this because you will blow up like this". Gives him an out as well as retaliate because something in the relationship is irritating him. Maybe it is the security that TaurGuy alludes to.

Now if you guys have a healthy open and serious relationship, I agree, he should have told you about it first. However it is his best friend and most Taurus', myself included have best friends of the opposite sex. That's just nature. He sees in her a strong part of what he desires from a partner. That's why they are best friends...But, I have a feeling there is something else to the story especially since he has disappeared for a while now. Hope this helps.
11/13/2011 6:48:22 PM | More
tiki33

female

Oxytocin, when it’s got you hooked on

Posted by Friction
I think it depends on the scope of your relationship and how serious it is. Six months is a long time and there must have been something else besides this blowup to trigger such cold apathy. As another poster noted, the pressure builds for a long while with a Taurus, before they blow up. He's been noticing your behavior or scrutinizing your relationship. Maybe having his best friend stay with him is a much needed stress relief. I think not telling you about his best friends staying over was purposeful, a calculated and passive way of saying, "hey, I am doing this because you will blow up like this". Gives him an out as well as retaliate because something in the relationship is irritating him. Maybe it is the security that TaurGuy alludes to.

Now if you guys have a healthy open and serious relationship, I agree, he should have told you about it first. However it is his best friend and most Taurus', myself included have best friends of the opposite sex. That's just nature. He sees in her a strong part of what he desires from a partner. That's why they are best friends...But, I have a feeling there is something else to the story especially since he has disappeared for a while now. Hope this helps.


+1

I also agree with 69virgo....There is much more to this, he invited her over for a reason, somewhere along the way he changed his mind about you most likely b/c of this girl, knowing that you would see FB he decided to take the easy coward way out by passively dumping you online , your reaction gave him an easy out.

Your reaction was not wrong, if he say he love you and will marry you but invites a girl "friend" to spend the weekend without at least letting you know, including you by asking you meet her and come over and hang out then his intentions with this woman is more than friendship.

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