Welcome to my channel once again dear reader, in this particular article, we talk about seven expert tips or approaches to be a better girlfriend for your boy friend which will make him stick to you like glue.
Tell your boyfriend "thank you." Everyone likes to be appreciated and not just for the things we do. Tell your partner often how grateful you are that he or she is in your life, as it will make your partner feel more appreciated and loved. For instance, you can say things like, "I just want you to know how important you are to me. I'm so glad you're in my life." You can also keep it more simple, such as "I'm so happy I got to see your face today." Showing gratitude doesn't have to be verbal. Give your partner a card or surprise him or her with a small gift just to show them you're thinking about them and how special they are to you.
Skip the arrogance. Arrogance can drive a wedge between you. In a relationship, you're supposed to be equal partners, so when your ego seeps in, it unbalances it. Humility on both sides keep relationships in check. A little competition every now and then never hurts. However, when you start thinking you're a better person than your partner overall, that leads to an unhealthy relationship. That doesn't mean you can't accept a compliment from your partner. If your partner tells you you're great at something, saying "Thank you!" is appropriate. However, telling your partner in a serious tone that she's terrible at something and you do it better isn't appropriate. It only serves to drive a wedge between you two.
Encourage your boyfriend. In a relationship, it's important to be supportive of each other's interests. If you're trying to be a better girlfriend, it's important to support your boyfriend in what they do and encourage them. For instance, one kind of support is not ragging on them when they want to spend time away from you to develop an interest. Another way to encourage the person is to be their cheerleader. When something good happens, make sure to celebrate it with them.
Give your boyfriend space totalk. We all have times we need to vent or to talk about something that's bugging us. When you're in a relationship, you become each other's place to discuss what's going in your lives. However, you have to make sure you create the space for that, both time-wise and emotionally.In other words, if you always cut your partner off when they start talking about something that's bothering them, that's not creating the emotional space for them to talk. In addition, you have to open the door sometimes. When you notice your partner is looking down or sad, try to ask them what's going on.
Try to keep discussions positive. That doesn't mean you can't discuss problems. What it does mean is you try to keep your language positive and the way you hold the discussion positive. When you start out a discussion in a positive light, it has less of a chance of escalating. It also means your partner is more likely to listen and hear you, just as you're more likely to listen and hear your partner if he or she isn't yelling at you or being angry. In other words, try not to have arguments when you're very angry, as they can just escalate into nastiness. Humor can keep discussions light, as can affection gestures, such as hugging or lightly touching the person's hand or shoulder.
Wait until you've calmed down. Sometimes, when you're really angry, you want to discuss the problem right then. However, that means the conversation is going to be overly charged with emotion, and you probably won't get anywhere except into a fight. It's okay to wait until you've calmed down to have a discussion. A 2-day rule is a good bet. That is, you should bring it up within two days if you still feel strongly about it. If not, drop it.If you must deal with the issue today, try taking an hour break. Go spend some time doing something you enjoy, such as listening to music or reading a book. Once you've distracted yourself for a while, you'll be better able to deal with the situation.
Know what your needs are. In a relationship, you have to take care of yourself as well as your partner. In fact, sometimes you need to take care of your own needs first so that you can be supportive of your partner. That means, of course, that you must know what your needs are. Maybe you need alone time once in awhile, or maybe you need cuddly time at least once a week. Once you know what you need, express those needs to your partner. Have a conversation about what both of you need, both in and out of the relationship. Try to make a plan about how both of your needs can be met. For instance, you could say, "I really need cuddle time once a week." Your partner might counter with, "I'm happy to give you cuddle time. I love cuddling with you. But I also need to spend a bit of time apart as well."
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