Your partner is basically saying that your opinion or feelings don't count.It could because they don't agree with them or they're uncomfortable dealing with them.No one can invalidate his sentence; he can abrogate those of all others.Emotional invalidation is when a person’s thoughts and feelings are rejected, ignored, or judged. If you’re the recipient of invalidating messages, know this: YOU’RE NOT CRAZY! Possible explanations (other than psychopathy) are a low capacity for empathy and compassion, not understanding or valuing the importance of validation, and/or not knowing how to express it effectively. The well-intentioned invalidators often defend that the goal is to help someone feel better or differently — to an emotion they judge as a more accurate, more valid one.In terms of self-invalidation, many emotionally sensitive people would agree they invalidate themselves, but would argue that they deserve it. Verbal Invalidation There are many different reasons and ways that people who care about you invalidate you. Misinterpreting What It Means to Be Close: Sometimes people think that knowing just how someone else feels without having to ask means they are emotionally close to that person.
s=invalidating Tipps: Doppelklick neben Begriff = Rück-Übersetzung — Neue Wörterbuch-Abfrage: Einfach jetzt tippen! So critical in fact, that parenting experts report that it’s one of the most important things a parent can do to foster healthy psychological development in their children (Read: The Power of Validation by Karyn D. Denying someone’s feelings and emotional experience can make them feel like they’re going insane! Validation is a critical communication tool and expression of love and acceptance in relationships. What’s scary, it can be one of the most subtle and inadvertent abuses.A person can state, “You think it’s wrong that you’re angry with your friend,” and not agree with you. But because they want to reassure you they invalidate by saying, “You shouldn’t think that way.” Wanting to Fix Your Feelings: “Come on, don’t be sad. ” People who love you don’t want you to hurt so sometimes they invalidate your thoughts and feelings in their efforts to get you to feel happier.Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged 2012 Digital Edition © William Collins Sons & Co.