It will make her happy:
The detailed study found that wives or girlfriends were pleased when their partner showed emotion because they believed it demonstrated a healthy relationship.The survey, carried out by Harvard Medical School, also found that when men realised their wife was angry, the women reported being happier, although the men were not.It revealed women most likely enjoyed spotting when their partner was dissatisfied because it showed his strong “engagement” or “investment” in their time together.
Women love drama. Who knew?
At any rate, the big thing to take away from this is to not worry about hiding your emotions, especially your anger, from your woman. Now women’s line of reasoning about emotional engagement may sound retarded to men, but the simple fact of the matter is that is how they are wired. Adjust your behavior accordingly.
Furthermore, their logic isn’t necessarily wrong. I’ve noticed that men who hide their anger and frustrations from their wives and/or girlfriends tend to be more passive, more whiny, and more likely to check out of a relationship. Avoidance behaviors are not generally healthy, though relationships can limp along because of them. Being engaged, even to the point of negativity, is better because you will at least address issues, even if doing so is generally unpleasant. Thus, it is better to be honest about how you feel, even if that means blowing up, than to suppress your negative emotions. So, just tell you’re your woman how you feel, even if you’re upset. She’ll thank you for it.