Wouldn't you just love to know what's on a guy's mind? Women spend so much time obsessing over what their boyfriends or husbands are thinking about. We eventually assume or imagine they're thinking horrible things about us or our relationship. The truth is that guys think about many of the same things we do, they just don't make it known. To help you get inside his head, we've got six things guys think about but will never say:
1. He's terrified of losing you.
Your guy may seem calm, cool and collected when it comes to your relationship, but that's not always the case. One of the main things guys think about is how scared they are to lose their partner. He's terrified that one day you'll leave him and break his heart. Since most guys will do anything to not seem weak, he'll likely never tell you this.
2. He has physical insecurities, too.
You might think you're the only one who feels insecure or wishes they could change things about their body, but this is so not true. Guys have insecurities about their bodies and wish they looked different sometimes. They might wish they had bigger muscles or a more defined six-pack, but they keep these feelings to themselves.
3. Your family drives him insane.
He doesn't want to upset you or cause any problems with your family, but sometimes he just cannot stand them. Maybe the weekly dinner with your parents is just too much for him. Maybe your sister's high-pitched laugh sends him into a fit of rage. Whatever the reason is, disdain for their girlfriend's family is one of the main things guys think about but will never say.
4. He's not confident about his sexual performance.
Men like to act like their sexual performance is incredible. For most guys, this is just a front. The reality is that he's not sure how good he is. He often wonders after (and during) the act, if you're truly satisfied. Even if you're making it explicitly clear that you're satisfied, he's still skeptical about his skills.
5. He doesn't want to seem clingy.
You know how we debate whether or not we should call/text? Yeah, well it turns out guys do that too! In the same way that we're afraid of seeming clingy, guys worry about being clingy also. They may be thinking of calling or texting us, but they wonder if they've already contacted us too much or if it's the right time.
6. Alone time is still important to him.
Everyone needs their alone time. Men value their time alone very much, but they might be afraid to tell you that. They don't want you to think that they don't like spending time together. They love spending time with you, but they still need time alone to focus on their hobbies or to just think.