Is it so hard to be a good significant other? A good boyfriend entails listening to us when we’re venting about a bad day, being our shoulder to lean on when we’re upset, showing support, making us happy, and cuddling.
A good boyfriend entails listening to us when we’re venting about a bad day, being our shoulder to lean on when we’re upset, showing support, making us happy, and cuddling.
Now, when it comes to participating in activities you don’t want to take part in, I feel neutral. Like, if it’s a holiday and you don’t want to hang with our family, please just make the best of it.
We know you don’t always want to come with us, but to make us and our families happy, can you just pretend you want to be there? Geez. Please try to stay off your phone and actually converse with other people.
It’s not hard to be a decent boyfriend.
Here’s another question: why do you treat us like scum sometimes?
You get on our case just as much as we get on yours. You’re picky and needy at times, so does that mean we should treat you like s***?
Why not try some of these ideas?
Occasionally write us notes.
Maybe buy us flowers once in a blue moon?
Surprise us with lunch at our office.
Don’t ever stop kissing, hugging and cuddling with us. We need affection, but please don’t be over the top and grabby.
We’re not as complicated as you think. We just want to be loved, accepted and complimented about our appearance. So, please let us know when we look pretty.
Don’t ever stop giving us “the look.”
Please give us your coat when we’re freezing. Or, at least, attempt to keep us warm.
Offer to pay for the meal. And, we’ll get the next tab.
Always be kind and generous.
Kiss us goodnight. Kiss us goodbye.
Always say, “I love you.”
Best of all, just love us the way we are.