7 Embarrassing Things It's Healthy for Your Boyfriend to See You do ...

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When you're in the honeymoon stage of a relationship, you want your boyfriend to look at you like the perfect princess you are.

However, he's bound to see some sides of you that aren't very attractive.

There's nothing wrong with it--in fact, it's healthy for the two of you!

If you want to become a stronger couple, here are some embarrassing things it's healthy for your boyfriend to see you do:

1. Cry

Crying shows vulnerability, which is why we always hate when tears fall in front of others.

However, your boyfriend is the one person who will always be there for you, even if you're overreacting.

If he truly cares for you, he won't feel awkward about the tears.

He'll do whatever he can in order to stop them, because he wants you to be happy.

So don't be ashamed of crying in front of him, even if it's over a commercial.

Snore

Comments:

Chelsea
Love this! If a man can't accept you for everything you are, gross or not, you shouldn't be with him.
Sara
Wow that's cool
Adea R. Ademi
Im with a guy and it hasnt been a long time since but we're comfortable with a lot of things..an we are trying to be i think coz we love each other, crying for ex is not a big deal anymore..ofc I dont wanna be crying in front of anyone but when he's there..i feel fine and free to be myself..he hugs me and comforts me..he is just amazing..but farting..hasn't happened and i hope it wont haha(must be awkward)!
Jenny
Yeah, I hate to say it, but your bf will not always have your back. When you find "the guy" he will have your back most of the time, but by then you will know what to expect. I have agree with Erin, unless you're Edith and Archie Bunker, you will not pass gas, discuss digestive issues or IBS with your bf...unless you want a new bf! Guys are funny like that: when they all get together drink beer, pee like a racehorse, fart and yell at the TV, they don't care. But when he's with you, it's a whole 'nother story...and crying? I have had guy friends who were understanding when I needed a good cry, were comforting. Boyfriends, however, seem to be another story. I know there are many many guys out there who know what to do when we cry! But my experience with bf's has been they didn't really know how to react or respond to crying. They kind of get caught between not wanting to be condescending, or over-reacting. I know lots of you will disagree with me, but guys are conditioned not only NOT to cry, but to NOT like crying, so it makes them uncomfortable when we cry. And when you find the guy who just holds you and hugs you and doesn't say a word and let's you cry into his shoulder, marry him lol...
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