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Embarrassment is a sensation we get
when we feel like we are doing something that is against the social
norm. Your environment has conditioned you to think that showing
emotion to others is not normal.
That being said, showing emotion to
your loved ones is perfectly normal and acceptable. Your boyfriend is
someone who cares about you a lot and wants to know what you are
feeling. It is OK to share your emotions with him. He is not going to
judge you or make fun of you. Chances are he just wants to share with
him so that he can feel closer to you.
For someone who is not very outwardly
emotional learning to share your feelings with your boyfriend can be
quite the task to attack it in baby steps. First let him know that
you are not very comfortable showing emotion, but that with a bit of
help you hope to become better at it. Second, begin to share your
feelings on small things such as test grades or community events.
This is going to help you form a trusting bond with him, which will
make talking about anything easier. Once you feel you are ready you
can begin to share your emotions with him about bigger issues like
family and your fears.
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BY AMANDA POOLE ON 3/18/2012 12:00:00 AM
POSTED IN can I trust my friend, guys, dating advice, GL's best guy advice, boyfriend Q & A
MOD MOD MOD MOD!!!
Yesterday this guy I really really liked asked me out and I said yes. I was soooo happy but then I noticed I don't feel the same anymore. He's my age, goes to my school and he's really nice, but... you know. This is my first like REAL relationship. Is this normal?
The way I see it, sometimes there's crushes that are just small crushes and aren't meant to go beyond that, and sometimes there's crushes that would survive the step into becoming exclusive and dating them. We get so caught up in liking someone every now and then that we don't notice when it's all in our head, you know? Maybe you think a certain guy is perfect but once you come out of the crushing fog, you see him again and wonder what you saw in him to begin with.
It could be that or it could just be nervousness about your first real boyfriend. If you think that's the case, then just power through! It should all end up alright Jordan S.
by tessascuzin287 on 5/28/2012 7:17:03 PM
by nintendogrl926 on 3/30/2012 11:31:19 PM
by Libson15562 on 3/22/2012 6:31:26 PM
MOD MOD MOD I Need more guy friends how should I get them? Its not that easy for me to talk to boys. Idk why! How do I snag a convo and how do I make myself sound more confident and not awkward ? Thanks ttyl. -kiki
by kikiluvzu28 on 3/21/2012 12:23:02 AM
awww... a sensitive guy, only if there were more of those sweetheats out there.
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