So lately I've been hanging out with my boyfriend alot. We've been going out for about a year now and he's starting to get pretty confortible with me. I mean I love him to death. We're both 14 by the way. But-- sometimes he tells me things I don't need to know and I mean, it's nice that he can be himself around me, but he goes too far. And sometimes its just downright embarassing being with him, but I stick with him because I love him. All the guys think it's cool the things he does but most girls think it's just odd. I don't know what to do ... help!
KiSSxMYxPEARLS answered Sunday January 22 2006, 4:26 pm: You just have to deal with it. You love him so you have to love what he does/says also. Understand that this guy loves being around you & where he can be himself. But if your getting really annoyed by this then confront him. Tell him that you just didn't really need to know that or he shouldn't have told you that. ♥ [ KiSSxMYxPEARLS's advice column | Ask KiSSxMYxPEARLS A Question ]
careless-fun answered Saturday January 21 2006, 3:06 pm: Most guys want a girlfriend who they can be themselves around. Most guys want a girlfriend they can do and say things to that only most guys do and say.
It sounds like he thinks that you are that type of girlfriend. When you obviously aren't. But if you can't deal with it then just tell him that you don't want to hear some of the stuff that he tells you. Try to be specific when telling him this. [ careless-fun's advice column | Ask careless-fun A Question ]
PurplePudgyPenguin answered Saturday January 21 2006, 9:20 am: -Hands her bubble wrap- ^^ Just pop that for the next 10 minutes that I'm going to gab away. I'm PurplePudgyPenguin, and I'm here to help ya out (Isn't that obvious? heehee. Thought so...) Well, it seems to me that this guy really likes you back in the same way you like him. Thus, his lack of verbal containment. But! If he makes you feel uncomfortable like that, you should tell him how you feel, or just change the subject. If he starts talking about something nasty (well... nasty or however you'd describe it. I dont know him so I cant classify it as anything and... moving on!) then just say, "Hey, what'd you think about the basketball game, last night?" or something of that sort. Just get off the subject for awhile and let him cool down a bit. If this persists and you just cant take it anymore, take a deep, calming breath, and tell him right out that you feel uncomfortable when he talks about those things. Tell him that you'd rather talk about something different. If he loves you with all his heart, he'll understand and let the subject he was talking about, just fall. He'll except your wishes and remain by your side, no matter what.
Well, I truly hope I helped you. As I always tell people, if I didn't give you the right answer, someone else here will. There are plenty of other advice-givers that could mop my advice up with a sponge. I hope you have a good day and that my advice really does help. Take care!
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