HE'S ATTRACTED TO OTHER PEOPLE
Just because your in a relationship does not mean that your man is all of a sudden not alive. Being attracted to someone is natural in human nature. To think that he's only going to be attracted to you and only you is just redic. I'm not saying that he should be checking out girls when he is with you, that's just rude, but if a girl walks by with a butt that you can't even ignore, don't get mad at him. Instead, say something to let him know that you saw her too. Letting your man know that you are secure in your relationship is way more attractive then you flying off the handle about something you have no control over. And believe me, neither does he.
HE'S NOT YOUR THERAPIST
Now we all need someone that we can talk to about our hopes, dreams and why work was so crappy today. Your man should be there to listen to you and care about what's going on in your life. After all, he's a big part of it. But let's face it, some of us out here have some real issues to address that your man simply can't nor wants to handle. It's not healthy to unload all your problems onto your partner. How can you expect them to understand, then miraculously cure you of things you've carried with you for years? Do yourself both a favor, talk to a licensed professional that has the knowledge and the time to listen and work out those kinks.
HE'S NOT INTO THOSE EXTRA ROLLS (LOVE HANDLES)
If you have them and don't like them, DO something about them. Saying over and over "I feel fat", "I need to lose weight" not only effects how you feel about yourself, it also makes your partner believe exactly that. He may not even think anything is wrong with the way you look but because you make it an issue, it will become issue. All it takes is one step. Then another, then another, then another... you see where I'm going with this.
Start by walking.
IT'S NOT YOU AND IT NEVER WILL BE
When it comes to matters of the heart, things can get a little tricky. We see what we want to see and hear what we want to hear when there in one thing that is staring you right in your face. THE TRUTH. Being in a relationship with a person that disregards your tears, the "let's talk" and the burning question, why are you treating me this way, means that person really doesn't like you "like that." People stay in relationships for many reasons but being afraid to be alone or because you are bored should not be one of them. It just tells that person that you don't care about yourself and reinforces bad behavior. Remember, YOU teach people how to treat you. I know it can be hard, but your energy and time should be focused on people that have your best interest at heart. It will open you to new experience, adventures and new love.