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How to keep someone from losing interest in you?
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Posted 2/22/12 , edited 2/22/12
Lets say you got a new boyfriend, girlfriend, or just a new friend what are some ways to keep the new relationship to last and keep it fun so they wont lose interest in you? What are some good topic to talk about so dont get boring to your new b/fgf? At the start of every new friendship or relationship its all new and fun so what to do to keep it going with out seem boring?




lock up if this been done already
Posted 2/22/12
You want to be yourself..I just say acknowledge that they're there and give them attention.
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Spend less time with the other person, I say this for the reason that the more exposure people have with each other the more they tend to know about each other, which leads to a case of familiarity and that leads to a situation that involves a lack of "newness" or lack of interest because there is little left to discover.
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Posted 2/22/12

Coffeebot wrote:

Spend less time with the other person, I say this for the reason that the more exposure people have with each other the more they tend to know about each other, which leads to a case of familiarity and that leads to a situation that involves a lack of "newness" or lack of interest because there is little left to discover.



I am agreeing with this I got a new guy friend a few weeks ago and start off great and started to talk to each other every day but now it starting to get to the point were it might get boring or he might lose interest b/c we text like everyday I am starting to think maybe should give it a rest and wait a few days before texting again before he does lose interest and we have nothing left to talk/text about
Posted 2/22/12
Don't be clingy & make that person your whole life. Maintain some separate interests of your own.
Posted 2/22/12
Use a freezing trap to keep the person from running away.
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the best way to keep someone from losing interest with you.. is to be yourself.. and if it feels like something is wrong.. than ask them and tell them how you feel..

that will always keep someone interested in you
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killaf0x wrote:

the best way to keep someone from losing interest with you.. is to be yourself.. and if it feels like something is wrong.. than ask them and tell them how you feel..

that will always keep someone interested in you


Had to quote this and bold that one part for TRUTH.

Soooo damn true here. Never, ever be afraid to be yourself. Stand out. Think outside the box. Beat to your own drum. If there is something they need to no or if it's not making them comfortable, discuss it.

And if that person just rejects you just because you're not a clone psychonut of everyone else in mainstream society....then it's their fault for not being open minded and living in a bubble.

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squirrel3d wrote:


killaf0x wrote:

the best way to keep someone from losing interest with you.. is to be yourself.. and if it feels like something is wrong.. than ask them and tell them how you feel..

that will always keep someone interested in you


Had to quote this and bold that one part for TRUTH.

Soooo damn true here. Never, ever be afraid to be yourself. Stand out. Think outside the box. Beat to your own drum. If there is something they need to no or if it's not making them comfortable, discuss it.

And if that person just rejects you just because you're not a clone psychonut of everyone else in mainstream society....then it's their fault for not being open minded and living in a bubble.



FORREAL!!

part of growing up is learning to be yourself and to learn how to love others for being themselves

there is no reason and ultimately pointless to try and be something
because you can't pretend 24 / 7 or 365 / 100+ years

and it will make things complicated in life

PLUS

no one will be your ideal person you thought of in your head.
everyone has their own unique features .. which the whole definition of unique is something different.
and you couldn't of possible known this unique talent or else it wouldn't of been unique

So just learn to love others for who they are.
take the good with the bad
and love life
by accepting your good and bads
and hope someone accepts and loves you for you

GOOD LUCK!!
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Posted 2/22/12
Well if the person is getting bored of ya, then I say move on to someone else. Someone that would always want to be with you when you wish for it... or something like that. Nothing better than for someone to be interested in you for who you are.
Posted 2/22/12
Be yourself, give each other space if needed and communicate is all you can do. If the opposite party grows bored of you, you can talk to them about it or find someone who's worth your time.
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Posted 2/22/12

mystic17 wrote:

Be yourself, give each other space if needed and communicate is all you can do. If the opposite party grows bored of you, you can talk to them about it or find someone who's worth your time.


Yup agree that what I think will do
Posted 2/22/12
Find common interests, don't just talk. Go out, amusement parks, cinema, sports, TV, games. Keep a fine balance there and don't always do the same thing as tempting as it may be.


I'd still go for the freezing trap idea though.
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Thank you and Agree with both of you this does help
Posted 2/22/12
satisfy her/he
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