What to Say to Your Boyfriend on the Phone

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When talking to a boyfriend on the phone, be supportive, allow him to open up and avoid using the phone to complain. Keep phone conversations brief and pleasant with advice from a dating coach in this free video on relationship issues.

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Hi, I'm Donna Barnes. I'm a life and dating coach, and owner of NY Dating Coach here in New York City. In this clip, we'll talk about what to say... Sorry. In this clip, we'll talk about what to say to your boyfriend on the phone, and it depends on whether your guy's a real phone person or not. If he spends the whole day at the office on the phone, he probably doesn't like the phone all that much. So I would try to keep it brief. Ask him how his day was, be supportive, allow him to open up about anything that he wanted. If you have things to share about yourself, try to keep them brief. Don't complain to him. He really doesn't want to hear about all your horrible things of your day. If it's something really important that you need to share with him, then, by all means, of course, do that. But try to keep an eye on not complaining over a long distance. And if you feel like he seems to want to get off the phone, let him go. Don't keep him on. Don't keep him prolonging it. It's just going to frustrate him and he's going to hang up with a bad feeling about it. If you get a sense that he wants to go, say, "Oh, have a great night" or "Sweet dreams" or whatever -- wish him well, and let it end pleasantly. So other than that, the sky's the limit. Talk about what's important to you. Talk about plans for where you're going the next day. Just try not to get into any deep, personal issues on the phone. Save those conversations for in person. This is Donna Barnes from New York City.

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