How to Not Bore Your Boyfriend

Put effort into the relationship so your boyfriend will not be bored.Put effort into the relationship so your boyfriend will not be bored.

Almost all relationships start with abundant passion, butterflies in the stomach and constant infatuation. There are nearly no feelings of boredom early in the courtship period. As time passes, the couple becomes comfortable with each other. The exciting passion and captivation recede, and boredom sets in. Fortunately, you can prevent boring your boyfriend easily. Fresh exciting feelings can be brought into a relationship with fun, interesting conversations, passion and romance.

Step 1

Avoid awkward silent moments. Read newspapers, magazines and watch news to have topics to talk about. The news and local events are useful conversation starters, and you will impress your boyfriend with your knowledge. Do not brag or gossip. Bragging and gossiping will make you appear petty and boring to your boyfriend.

Step 2

Ask your guy to play a game with you. You can start a board game, video game or an outdoor game.

Step 3

Relax and have fun together. Fretting over boring your boyfriend will make you appear nervous and worried. It will be hard to entertain him if you are uneasy, so keep your mind on fun and forgo fretting.

Step 4

Take your boyfriend out to the movies, a concert or a festival. You can visit vendor booths, play carnival games and ride the carousel at a local fair, look for your favorite animals at the zoo or interact with penguins at the zoo together.

Step 5

Surprise your boyfriend with gifts, romance and small vacations. He'll be touched to receive love notes, kind compliments and small gifts from the heart. Save money for a yearly vacation together. Passion, excitement and romance will keep your relationship feeling fresh.

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Things You Will Need

  • Newspapers
  • Magazines
  • Board games
  • Video games

About the Author

Beth Porter has been a writer since 2008, with strong experience in early childhood education, gardening, home living and crafts. Porter is presently attending college, pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in early childhood education at the University of Cincinnati.

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