General Dating Questions/Follow up question


Touché James. Touché.
I looked and I did not ask you a question so I will ask them now. If you remember I have the problem with my boyfriend where he never compliments me.
My questions are:
Is it wrong for me to want my boyfriend to compliment me?
How can I help my boyfriend be less insecure so that he feels like I won't just up and leave him (because he thinks I'm too attractive for him)?

I would REALLY appreciate an answer please😊
Thank you.

I'll be honest with you. Guys that get to date much younger women is very rare. It might be very difficult to convince him to accept that you're not going to leave him for someone you may have more in common with. I myself am 35 and as of now only have had luck attracting a 41 year old woman with 5 kids and 1 grandkid and that sure doesn't make me feel worthy of good things. I don’t know what you can say other than describe the future in detail you see with him to put his mind somewhat at ease that you're not thinking of other guys that are more in line with what goals people your age have. As for compliments you have to emphasize how much compliments from him in particular mean to you. Maybe you don't feel compliments from elsewhere seem as genuine? Make him realize you seem him as a true source of honesty. That's all I can think to suggest.

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