Sweet Things To Tell Your Girlfriend On Her Birthday

| July 17, 2013 | 0 Comments

Laura asks…

What should I get for my Girlfriend on her Birthday?

I was just thinking a hard question because she told me that she wouldn’t mind to have anything I gave her for her birthday even if it was stupid. I can’t do that for some reason because i want to get her something special. I might even get engaged. Somebody has to help me.

admin answers:

Well being a girl myself i know what girls want. You should take her out to a really nice restaurant and never talk her out of buying something that’s a lot of money even if it is the most money it makes you look really weird, if she starts say things like “i really want the stake but it so much money” say “no honey order what you want i am paying its your birthday” and talk her into getting what she wants it makes you look nice and sweet. When your done go back to your place and sit on your couch either give her a very nice dimond neakles or engage to her girls love both of them!! But remember dont get engaged if your not ready! And if you engage to her on her birthday you will know that your annaversary is on her birthday so you should never forget. Girls hate it when you forget importent things!

Helen asks…

Whats something sweet i can MAKE for my girlfriend for her birthday?

Well i have gotten her a promise ring, necklase, i get her flowers all the time, i draw her things and stuff. And she told me that she doesnt want me to buy her something, she says shed love it if i made her somthing.
Now i dont mean making cookies or sumthing like that, but somthing that she can keep forever?
Anyone have any ideas?

admin answers:

Try to remeber about the first time you meet? Was it somewhere special. Something that brings out memories of your time together would be a great gift. Like for example my bf and i meet at a concert so for our anniversiry he saved the tickets and framed them along with a picture that we took at that concert… I think the main goal is to be able to put memories into something.

Thomas asks…

How do I tell my girlfriend that I just whant a hug and a kiss from her on my birthday, thank you?

My birthday is coming up, I found out that my girlfriend is asking my friends what do I whant, how do I tell her that I just whant a kiss and a hug from her on my birthday, I don’t whant anything else.

admin answers:

When you are with her you could be like “You know what I want for my birthday?” And obviously she will want to know what it is and you can tell her. It is as simple as that! But I can’t guarantee that she won’t buy you something as well….Anyway I hope this helps! Btw, that is sooo sweet of you that that is the only thing you want! :)

Carol asks…

How should I break the news to my boyfriend?

My boyfriends birthday is coming up and I got us tickets to go to cedar point, which is a local amusement park. I already planned the day by telling him we’re hanging out with my family all day.. little does he know.. we’re not! How should I break the news to him about the suprise?

admin answers:

God, at first I thought you were pregnant and you wanted to tell him! Haha actually, I just got an idea with that! (Do that ONLY if he is lighthearted, and please be quick to give him the true news!)

Before you go out or if you can sneak a quick moment, tuck the tickets under your top and on your belly.Go somewhere alone holding hands. Get that worried yet nervously smiling look on your face, and tell him “Honey…there’s something I would like to tell you…I don’t know how you’ll react, though…promise me we’ll get through this!”. Then glance at your belly in a way that he can see you. At that moment, if you do it right, he’ll probably be about to have a heart attack. Grab his hand, caress it, and slowly direct it to your belly. I personally believe the look in his face will be priceless.

That was a spontaneous idea I got when I read the whole question, so since I’m a guy that loves pranks, I decided to suggest it to you! I hope that if you decide to use it, it’ll make the thing fun!

Beware, some tickling is probably going to follow it!

Oh, and you are a very sweet and considerate girlfriend, he is lucky to have you! I really love surprises too and my girlfriend does a lot of them :)

Chris asks…

How long should my son be grounded for this?

He was supposed to be home at 1.00 last night because his friend had a 16th birthday party but instead he shows up at 2.45 not returning mine or his father’s calls or texts. I know he should be grounded I just don’t know how long and what from (probably phone, going out etc..) But he has another sweet sixteen party on Wednesday (his girlfriend‘s) and he would hate me if I didn’t let him go. It is at 2.00 in the afternoon. But I don’t want to let him go.

admin answers:

If your kids don’t hate you periodically then you are not doing your job as a parent. I, personally, would ground him for a month from everything that isn’t school or Church. Grounding at our house means:

Go to school
Come home right after school
Do Homework
Do regular chores
Do extra chores to fill the time between homework and bed.
Go to bed
No phone
Computer for schoolwork only
No video games
One hour of TV per day
Repeat daily for the punishment period.

The party would be totally out of the question. The time of the party is immaterial. I tend to be pretty lenient about most things and I probably let my kids stay out past curfew too often. But not calling or letting me know where you are is one of the absolute, number one no no’s in our house. It is right up there with telling a lie. It is NOT tolerated . As I have told my kids, “I got you a cell phone for MY convenience, not yours. If you don’t answer when I call, you automatically lose the telephone and you are grounded for a month”. That has always been the rule and they always answer because they know that I am immobile on this point. Even with a curfew, if one of the kids called and had a good reason, we would let them stay out later. But they had to call! I worked trauma in the ER for many years so I know exactly what can happen. That is why they must let me know where they are and be reachable at all times.

Sandy asks…

How do i help my girlfriend since her dad died?

My girlfriend Jessica’s Dad died recently passed away (Christmas Day). She is heart broken, he was basically her world. They share a birthday (November 8th) and she is just like him, they have the same funny and loving personality. I feel like i cant help her, but only listen to her and hug and kiss her when it is needed. It’s ripping me to pieces to see her and her 3 younger brothers ( 9, 7 & 4 ) not being themselves and that i cant do anything about it. I’ve known Jessica for 6 years and we have been dating for 3 years. Her dad was one of the best men i ever knew. Her and her family are going to Ireland tomorrow night for the funeral (He was from Ireland). Jess wants me to go too. I’m going with my mom, dad & older brother. His death took a big toll on our community as well like my soccer team is holding a fundraiser for them in his name on New Years. They are also opening the new GAA field in his name since he was a big part of the GAA. Is there anything else i can do? I’m trying my best to be strong for her..I have never seen her and her brothers so broken. We are both 19

admin answers:

Keep up the support. Tell her sweet things that you will always be there for her through any situation or any emotion she goes through. Tell her your affection for her, And sweet things.
That’s what cheers me up sometimes. Or just a simple hand hold or hug. You seem to be doing everything just fine; Just be her rock for a little bit. :)

Michael asks…

How to get over a rough patch with boyfriend?


My relationship with my boyfriend is normally pretty good, most of the time I feel like he’s the guy I’ve always looked for, so sweet, so vulnerable, so dependable…

We’ve been together almost 2 years.

But lately we’ve been arguing a lot. I think things started to go downhill around his birthday, roughly a month ago. I got upset with him for promising to go with me to a work dinner, but then at the last minute he said he was “unsure” of going.

Lately everytime we are together, we argue over stupid things. Like if I forget to clean out the espresso machine directly after using it, or if we can’t do FaceTime because I forgot my wireless password (that HE set up) and then he gets frustrated that I don’t know it… He’s been giving me a lot of ultimatums too, like “if you don’t change your car GPS to English where we both can understand, we should break up” and “Because you got upset with me for missing our appointment to study together without telling you I’d miss it, we should break up” LOL. A lot of these reasons are really, really silly.

Yesterday, we were supposed to meet from 6-8 to study together, and I was there at 6PM, and he said he was running late from traffic. He arrived at 7PM even though his work is 20 mins away. I looked on the Friendfinder app we have and it said he didn’t even leave the office until 645. I got upset because he’s missed the last 4 appointments we had made together to study due to stupid excuses. I got upset with him, and he says I yelled at him, but I don’t think I even raised my voice. My tone was just very harsh. I told him that I’d appreciate it if he told me ahead of time that he wasn’t going to make it, I would have been ok with that, or if he didn’t want to study anymore, he could just tell me, and I would have no problem studying with myself.

One of my pet peeves with him is that I want to know the truth about how he’s feeling, and he likes to make excuses to avoid hurting me. In reality, it hurts me more. I just told him to tell me ahead of time from now on. He got really upset that I “made a big deal” about this (even though he skipped the last 4 or 5 appointments) and “yelled” at him. He told me “at least I put food on the table tonight” (he did fix dinner). “And I was late because I was trying to wrap up a $14MM deal & I’m not used to that.”

I looked at him with a softened face and said, “Well I didn’t know that. You should have told me that. I wouldn’t have been upset. I didn’t know you were working so hard tonight. And you did fix dinner. I loved it. I want to know more about your day to day life so I feel connected with you and understand what is going on. I want you to tell me these things more often. I feel like I don’t know what’s going on with you anymore.”

He told me yesterday that he’s been feeling like a failure and he doesn’t know why I’m with someone like him. He said that because I yelled at him, we should break up. I said, “No, I committed my heart to you in bad times and good, and because you are going through a bad time I’m not going to leave you. But, I want to know more about your days. I feel like I don’t even know you anymore.”

He’s going through a very hard time right now, ever since his birthday. He’s in a lot of debt. He feels his career prospects are limiting, and he doesn’t think any of his business ideas are taking off. And because I get angry with him, he probably feels even more horrible. I got angry at him for missing his appointments because I wanted to feel like I could depend on him and trust him to carry out what he says. I was angry because I was scared I couldn’t trust him, and I wanted him to tell me the truth and not some stupid excuse to spare my feelings. If he had called and said “I’m not going to make the appointment today, I’m working on a $14MM deal.” I would have been happy and supportive of him. I might have even gotten dinner ready for him when he got home. But instead I waited an hour for him to arrive. But he is trying hard. He got up at 5AM with me to study.

What should I do to get over this rough patch? He said he wanted some distance for a while, and I’m happy to give it to him, but I’m just worried about him and I’m worried about how he’s taking out his frustrations on me, and getting all frustrated over every little mistake I make because he’s not happy with his life.
FYI: We both have full time jobs. As for dinner, I thought we’d just heat up leftovers which is why I didn’t fix anything.

admin answers:

You are articulate. I didn’t get bored inspite of the post’s length.

You are a great girlfriend, sticking with him through the good times and the bad. I agree with my fellow user that your boyfriend does suffer from self-esteem. I also agree that he may do this just to prove to himself that you love him. But, I don’t agree when the psychiatrist becomes an astrologer and predicts the course of your relationship.

There are times when I feel pretty much like he does(worthless and insecure). I don’t have a girlfriend but in those dark times I feel like there’s no girl in the world I’m good enough for. Talk to him when your not fighting. Tell him that you love him. Try suggesting to him the reason for his ultimatums. You’re a girl so diplomacy is second nature to you. Tell him that the ultimatums are unneccisarily straining your relationship. Tell him that you love him and that you’re going to stick by him forever and that there’s nothing he can do about it.
Atleast, that’s what I would want to hear.

He tries to avoid hurting your feelings. He cuts down on sleep tp make up for broken promises. He’s obviously making an effort. Everybody can’t afford professional help. Browse Google for ways to improve his self-esteem. Ask him about his childhood. Was he overshadowed by his peers or siblings ? Were his parents partial to his sibling or his teacher/coach partial to somebody else ? Was he behind the “cool” strata in high school ? Did he always feel like there was somebody better than him in academics, sports, music or with the ladies(he’s content in this regard now obviously) ? Did he suddenly lose somebody close to him or something he took for granted ?

Talking about your everyday life is a great idea. Get in touch with each other. Talk about your hopes, aspirations, dreams, life’s meanings’ . Sneak in a few questions about his childhood.

You sound like a great couple. I wish you two all the best and will pray for you !

Hope You Get Married Soon !

God Bless You !

Lizzie asks…

What are some good movies about LGBT adolescents?

My dad told me he wanted to watch some movies about LGBT teenagers with me, to see what LGBT adolescents go through in high school. Do you have any suggestions of some good movies about LGBT teenagers and their struggles and triumphs that I can watch with my dad? Could you also add a little synopsis so I can get an idea of what the movie is about? Thanks!

admin answers:

But I’m A Cheerleader (1999)
Megan is an all-American girl. She’s a cheerleader, she has a boyfriend, etc. But she doesn’t like kissing her boyfriend very much. And she’s pretty touchy with her cheerleader friends. And she only has pictures of girls up in her locker. Her parents and friends conclude that she *must* be gay and send her off to “sexual redirection” school, full of admittedly homosexual misfits, where she can learn to how to be straight. Will Megan be turned around to successful heterosexuality, or will she succumb to her love for the beautiful Graham?

Get Real (1998)
This tenderly romantic film tells the story of Steve, a young man in a British prep school, as he struggles with coming out and falling in love with the class jock, John… Who, amazingly, falls in love with him as well.

Show Me Love, or F**king Åmål (1998)
The sixteen year old Agnes Ahlberg has been living in the small Swedish town of Åmål with her family for one year and half, but she has no friends. She secretly loves her popular school mate Elin Olsson, a girl bored with the lack of perspective of Åmål. At Agnes’s birthday party, Elin kisses her and changes their lives.

A Girl Like Me: The Gwen Araujo Story (2006)
As a young boy, Eddie Araujo always felt different somehow. She started putting on her mom’s makeup and wearing her mom’s clothes, which her mom found odd. By the time she entered her teen years, Eddie could no longer hide the fact that she was a lot different, that she was meant to be female and not male. When she finally accepted it and with her mom’s eventual support, Eddie changed her name to Gwen and started to live life as female until a tragic night changed everything.

The Incredibly True Adventure of Two Girls in Love (1995)
The story of two girls, Randy and Evie. Randy is a low economic class lesbian living with other lesbians including her aunt. Evie is a wealthy, popular girl with a boyfriend. When Evie befriends Randy, she begins to feel a passion for her she’s never felt before. What follows is a sweet, tender romance between the two while Evie is cast away by her friends and Randy is chided by her family. The two don’t care, though, because they are in love.

Edge of Seventeen (1998)
A gay teen finds out who he is and what he wants, who his friends are, and who loves him, in this autobiographical tale set in middle America in the 1980s. Growing up, learning about life, love, sex, friends, and lovers.

Itty Bitty Titty Committee (2007)
Anna is a young lesbian high school graduate who still lives with her parents, and works as a receptionist in a plastic surgeon’s office. She embarks on a wild ride when she hooks up with a cadre of ultra-radical feminist lesbians hell-bent on raising hell. But things get even more complicated when Anna falls in love with Sadie, the radical group’s leader who’s already involved with an older woman named Courtney.

Prayers For Bobby (2009)
Based on the true story about the life and legacy of Bobby Griffith, a young gay man who killed himself due to his mother’s and community’s religious intolerance.

Sommersturm (US, Summer Storm) (2004)
Tobi and Achim, the pride of the local crew club, have been the best of friends for years and are convinced that nothing will ever stand in the way of their friendship. They look forward to the upcoming summer camp and the crew competition. Achim’s girlfriend Sandra is on the girl’s team and he enjoys spending more time with her. Tobi becomes increasingly skeptical of their relationship. Anke, the pretty girl who has fallen for Tobi, doesn’t make things any easier. Then the gay team from Berlin arrives and Tobi is totally confused. The evening before the races begin, the storm that breaks out is more than meteorlogical… A sensitive story about the complexities of growing up.

William asks…

How do I be the best bf I can possibly be?

I already love my girlfriend so much and at times,I tend to make her angry and I don’t know how to make it up to her,we are both still in high school but I already know this is the girl I would love to marry and spend the rest of my life with.So,if anyone can help me,please answer me somebody,I would really appreciate it!

admin answers:

Number one, always be honest and sincere. But with tenderness…don’t be brutally honest. 😉 Be trustworthy.

Ask her about her day, the people she cares about; express interest.

Don’t smother her but don’t give her too much space. I know that is confusing, but just make sure you reassure her if she feels insecure, and let her spend time with her friends when she wants to. But still, always make her feel important and significant to you.

Remember important days, her birthday, anniversaries, etc.

Surprise her sometimes with little things that show you think of her.

And lastly, I want to tell you that young women can be temperamental and change their minds frequently. She probably has a lot on her mind and is emotionally charged, so if sometimes she gets upset and can’t tell you why, offer to hold her and just listen.

And if things don’t work out the way you want all of the time, and you’ve done all you can, don’t blame yourself. You seem like a very sweet guy.

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