Should I tell him more?
Well, that is a tough one. My wife was in a similar situation with myself for a while, until I was open to growing. However, I think there are two important questions to ask yourself about this. One is about openness in the relationship. To me it's crucially important to be fearlessly honest and open. Can you truly be yourself if you aren't. The second piggy backs on this question. How happy will you be if you do not share. How will that affect the relationship long term?
I came around because, though I didn't understand it initially, I loved my wife and respected her opinion. Now, after examining myself and why I respond the way I do to certain people and situations, I've grown into understanding that I also deal with this and need to come to grips with what it is and what it means for me. For me, it was because I was also overly analytical and only recently began to speak "from my heart" as my wife would say.
So, if there's anything in our experience, her honesty and openness was crucial to our marriage. Even if I didn't understand at first, my love for her and respect for her opinion created a safe space for her to be herself.
For what it's worth, that's my experience and my opinion. Hope it helped some.