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How should I handle an extremely boring girlfriend?

How should I handle an extremely boring girlfriend? Topic: How to write about your art work
July 21, 2019 / By Janetta
Question: I've been dating this girl for several months, and I do care about her and her feelings. But she is boring. Plain and simple. We are complete opposites. I'm an eccentric artist, a writer, a photographer, and I have endless hobbies, interests, collections, ideas, goals, and passions to talk about and work on. I'm highly active, always trying new things, completing various projects, exploring places I've never been and things I haven't done. I am highly emotional and become intensely passionate about many topics. I have crazy dreams... She is one of the most genuinely kind-hearted, sweet people I know. She has some great traits- she can be described as honest, loyal, trustworthy, mature, reliable, kind-hearted, selfless, patient, a great listener, non-confrontational, considerate, thoughtful. But she is monotonous...personality is one way all the time. Never gets overly excited, happy, angry, sad, surprised, or any emotion other than neutral and "pleasant" about anything, no matter what the situation is. I try to start conversations about numerous varied topics, and she will just respond the same to everything, "Oh, I haven't thought about that yet." Or "I don't know/I'm not sure." "I don't care one way or the other." "I've never tried that before." "Oh, okay. I see." She never wants to do anything other than watch tv and movies, play with her cat, sleep, and eat. She talks about work (she's a principal at a school) and that's about it. She's a sweet girl and I care about her. I know she cares about me a lot. And I don't want to hurt her. I don't know how to handle this...I want more out of life. She is open-minded to trying new things and doing what I wanna do, but just tags along and doesn't really care about anything. And she is supportive of my artwork, writing, and other goals and passions I have. But her PERSONAL lack of passion about ANYTHING other than her love for me drives me absolutely insane. I have tried so hard to ask her what she likes, cares about, wants to do, etc. but she will always say "I haven't thought about it" or "Nothing in particular" and will stay silent or steer the conversation back to me every time, no matter how simple or complex the question is. Whether I ask ''what color car do you like best'' or ''how do you think the universe got here'' I will get the same answer, "Haven't thought about that yet." One more thing: We are highly physically attracted to each other, but I'm worried that's all that's there...on my end, anyway. She has some great traits many other girls don't have, especially if they ARE really interesting. But I don't think I can accept someone who doesn't share my zest for life in the long-run!!!
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Essa Essa | 6 days ago
The appropriate response would be, "dump her". Yep, just because you care about someone doesn't mean they should be your life partner. Marriage material is someone you click with, like you said, yall won't last in the long run.
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Essa Originally Answered: I found out what happened last night with my girlfriend and I don't know how to handle this?
well technically and legally since your 16 and i presume that girlfriend too is of the same age as you, so your both still are children and should be in the care of your parents but in this case, all that you and your parents could do to help her in some way is too go with her to her house talk to her dad to settle what ever the problem is listen to both parties. because i think sneaking back into her house to get her things would simply make matters worse for all of you, it would only make her dad more angry, and what if he caught you inside his house, do you think he greet you be happy about it? i don't think it would paint a pretty picture if you did that. you should just talk to him with your parents so settle things out. and if worse comes to worse you can go to the authorities to help you set things up. this is not light matter for you to tackle by yourself and since your borth underage, you should not take things into your own hands and seek the help of someone of legal stature, that is, your parents should talk to her dad in a professional and mature way, maybe this would clear things up. and if he starts being physical, as i have said, you could always go to the authorities. but before doing anything, you should first explain everything to your girlfriend that since your both still legally underage you still need both your parents to help you sort things. and finally, don't be too drastic. for now, just be always there for your girlfriend and support her all the way. just love her...

Claramay Claramay
Why don't you get her involved in your hobbies? Ask her to come along and give them a go or say you'd prefer company whilst doing them. You can't change people but being 'nice and kind' is rather boring, everybody needs a bit of excitment in their life. You could arrange a date where you go somewhere and do something together, an adventure day - Even if it's something as tame as ice skating.
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Basemath Basemath
Meant to help people however, it's nothing like the Paula Abdula song opposites attract - it's way better in a relationship to have things in common otherwise the relationship is less likely to last
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Adelia Adelia
Get another girl friend that is not so boring! OMG, why do people ask such stupid questions on Y/A?
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Adelia Originally Answered: 10 - How do I handle messaging a ex girlfriend (That initiated contact with me) that I don't have feeligns for?
You are over thinking it, she is just generally speaking to you if she was coming on to you or saying stuff like hey babe or adding kisses and heart then you should maybe be worried. but it just seems that she is speaking to you in general like friends :- )

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