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Relationships 101: How To Stop Annoying Your Boyfriend

Updated on July 22, 2011

Ways To Stop Annoying Your Boyfriend

This article will give girls who's boyfriends say they annoy them sometimes or are stressing them out, some tips on how to help them better relate to your significant other and stop doing things that may annoy him. Women sometimes believe they don't do things that may get on their boyfriend's last nerves or things that annoy them. However, there are things women do that their boyfriend's may not like. Read on to learn how to not annoy your boyfriend.

Step 1: The most important step, is that you should not do things that your boyfriend or husband clearly states he does not like. If he has genuinely expressed that he does not like it when you say or do something then you try to not to do those things. If you find yourself trying to see who all of his female friends are or if you are hacking his Facebook account or phone when he has asked you not to and he has done nothing to give you a reason to do those things, then try to refrain from doing them. You could ruin your relationship this way.

Step 2: Try giving your boyfriend the benefit of the doubt, especially if he has messed up in the past with your relationship but is working hard to change the future and make his relationship with you better. It may be hard, but try not to hold anything against them if he has changed his ways and moved forward. Its especially difficult for you to learn to trust a man who may have cheated on you in the past with another women. But you have to learn to trust him again especially if you are going to make the relationship work in the long term.

Step 3: Another thing to be conscious of is becoming too attached or clingy to your boyfriend. He needs his space sometimes and so do you. He may want to go out with just his friends or do something on his own. This is when you go do your own thing with your girlfriends or have some fun. You don't have to be with him every waking hour of the day. If you know he is coming back home to you then you shouldn't stress and try to cling to him. You shouldn't want to be in every minute of his world but you should just want to be the best part of his world.

Step 4: Try to connect on a more personal level with your boyfriend. Aim to do things he likes to do and discover things you didn't know about him. This will in turn make him closer to you and he will have more respect for you. Consider doing a sport or visiting a place he has always wanted to do. Just make sure he returns the favors and does things you want to do. Its only fair in a relationship. Be outgoing and willing to try new things.

If you spend more time doing things like the ones mentioned in this tip then you will have more success with your relationship. In conclusion, good luck with your relationship and ladies, if you apply these tips to make your relationship work, it will make your love for each other that much more special!

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      7 years ago

      Good to see things from the man's point of view : ) Great lens


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