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Every time we video chat he asks me questions about my face or skin. I have bad under eye circles naturally. So he was like “have you always had your under eye circles like that” I said yeah sometimes they show more than other days. And then he asked about a pimple I had on my cheek. He asked what it was. So, I said it’s a pimple. The other day he commented about my eyebrows. I don’t have much eyebrow hair because I was born like that, so I fill them in a bit. But the times we video called I was not wearing makeup. Idk I felt a bit insecure. And I told him, but he said that he didn’t ask to make me feel bad. Do your boyfriends comment about your skin or imperfections?
It sounds like your boyfriend doesn’t have very good social skills, doesn’t know very much about women or maybe both! I think that would make anyone feel insecure, and I also think it’s rude. He might be an observant person just trying to think of something to say, medical people often notice physical things and ask about them with good intentions. One of the problems with video chat is that it’s not at all the same as meeting with someone in person, they are looking right at your face the whole time, and if the lighting isn’t good you may not look your best. You say you told him that you don’t like it when he points out dark eye circles or pimples, that you are aware of them and it hurts your feelings when he says that. If he continues pointing things out after that then I would consider it mean and you should really think about if you want to see him anymore, he won’t change, and this might be his best behaviour. There are plenty of kinder people out there.
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