why doesn't he ever say I look nice?Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Female
It's now 8 mos that I have been seeing this guy. We get along fine, we always have fun when we're together. We never argue or fight or get jealous or anything. If I miss a call or he misses a call we don't question each other about it we just call again. Sometimes I text message him sexy messages. When we were together last week, he says: What are you doing? You get me horny all day when you send those messages. I asked him if he like them and he said Yes! I don't call him everyday, just once in a while. I don't want things to change. When I first met him, he told me I was good looking, he liked the way I dress, and he couldn't hang around me too much because the people at work would see that he liked me. I know he still likes me because we still see each other but why doesn't he ever say I look nice? I know he thinks I do because when I see him he always smiles and kind of laughs. What can I do to keep this going good? I mean I don't want him to get tired of me and I don't want to get tired of him. I really like him. He's not only hot looking but he's funny and cool. Help:)
Guys can be dumb.
You've got a great relationship going on and you should be hesitant to rock the boat. On the other hand, you need to have an open and trusting relationship with him.
So my advice is to gently let him know that it would tickle you pink if he would compliment you on your hair, smile, body, the way you dress, etc.
Nothing wrong with sharing feelings... in fact it's really important!
-- from George
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