The biggest fear many people face when in a relationship is losing their significant other’s interest.While they probably will remain interested, purely because they like who you are as a person, it can feel like they grow distant—especially when it comes to communication.Men don’t actually have a lot of time to talk about their interests; they don’t usually sit around with a group of guys and discuss these things—unless it’s a shared interest. Make sure to talk about his new goals at work, any projects he’s got going on that he really likes, and whatever else you can.So, when they have the opportunity and know they can go to you to talk about it, it will keep them coming back. By showing you care about other aspects of his life that are important to him, you’ll keep him interested. You might cringe at the thought of spending time discussing his latest golf outing with his work friends, but if it’s something that he finds important, make a point to discuss it.If you have shared interests, talk about them—and often!Make sure to discuss new things about your interest that he might not know about.They might not feel like talking too often because they’re simply not interested in the conversation.Let’s be honest, girls: they really don’t care what shoes were on sale this week, nor do they find shopping interesting.
Just straight up ask him what he’s passionate about and watch him talk on and on.
This will definitely keep him interested, because you are showing him that you pay attention. I’m pretty sure food is a universally loved thing by men.
When you start babbling about it, he’s certain to keep his interest on you. Even more bonus points if you talk about making him food half-naked.
If there’s one word that can make a man perk up and pay extra close attention, it’s sex.
Now, this can be a touchy subject for men, if you approach talking about sex like there’s something wrong.
Let’s be honest, men love to talk about themselves.