Having a hard time dealing with a jealous boyfriend? If you’re sure your boyfriend is a keeper, here are ten steps to change him from jealous to not-so-jealous.
Dealing with a jealous boyfriend is rather difficult.
And it’s actually a lot easier to just walk away from the relationship in the first place, instead of constantly having to remind him how much you love him.
But on the other hand, you may be misinterpreting his insecurity as jealousy.
And it’s not easy to tell the difference.
If your boyfriend’s recently started to get quite jealous and possessive, or if you’re still in a new relationship and want to stop him from becoming jealous over time, use these ten tips to turn him from a jealous boyfriend to a reassured and happy one.
How to handle a jealous boyfriend
If you have a boyfriend who is jealous, and want to let him know that you really do love him and stop him from being so jealous, here’s all you need to know.
#10 Let him know that you love him
If you’re dating a happy guy who’s got a lot of friends and is quite popular, he may only be jealous because the relationship is still young or he’s still insecure about your feelings for him.
If you ever find your boyfriend questioning your interest in other guys or getting annoyed by your guy friends, perhaps you just need to let your jealous boyfriend know that you love him and no one else. And let him know that even if you do have a conversation with a male friend, it’s really not a setting for a romantic affair.
#9 Give him more attention around your guy friends
Men are competitive, be it in a game or in love. If you’re dating a guy who’s jealous of your friends, it may just be his insecurity showing. If you do love him, the next time he’s with you and your male friends, give him more attention that you give to any other guy and he will love you for it. And he’ll definitely feel good about the relationship and be reassured too.