That means you need to go have a "me" day where you just do things for yourself.

Try not to get too furious at your BF if you catch him checking out another girl or saying someone else is cute - it's normal and it happens and it doesn't mean he loves you any less. Sometimes you're going to make decisions that your boyfriend isn't going to be thrilled about and vice versa. If he never supports you and is mean about everything, then, yeah, he's a bad boyfriend. But truthfully, your boyfriend will probably end up having some friends you don't like. And if you do, you guys might never end up being best friends. I had one boyfriend who bought me surprise presents and gave me flowers whenever I was feeling sad. Basically what I'm saying is that romance comes in many different forms - it doesn't just mean flowers and candy and jewelry. Source: Shutter Stock Sorry to burst your bubble, but hooking up with your SO will not always be a magical experience. Every relationship takes work, dedication and effort, like I said above.

Source: Shutter Stock Yes, your boyfriend should ultimately support you through it all. But don't think about breaking up just because he doesn't immediately agree with you about everything. He's not Ryan Gosling reading a carefully written script full of cute and romantic quotes. If you want to stay with this person, be prepared to try, to compromise, to fight, to not always get your way, to sometimes feel miserable and to sometimes want out.

Source: Shutter Stock In a perfect world, every member of your family and all of your friends would love your boyfriend. He's a person who makes mistakes and sometimes says things he shouldn't or says things that come out wrong. All of this stuff shouldn't be happening all the time - but it Do you have any of these expectations?

While I would never call myself a relationship expert (because I don’t think anyone is), I will say that over the past few years, I have learned a lot about relationships.

I’ve learned from experience, from mistakes, from listening to friends and from reading websites.

But I think the most important thing I learned was something I caught onto myself: you can’t expect any kind of relationship to live up to the perfect expectations you will inevitably have.While some expectations are good (you should obviously have an idea of what you want), a lot of them can end up hurting you.A lot of us, myself get included, get these unrealistic expectations from romantic movies or the relationships we see on TV shows.Sometimes we get them from magazines and sometimes we get them from our friends. And if we expect everything to go exactly as we want it to go, or as we’ve seen it go in movies, things are going to go wrong. Not only that, but every good relationship takes work, dedication and a lot of effort. Chances are, once you've been in a relationship for a while, you're going to get a little sick of each other once in a while.I’ve seen many friends dump guys because things weren’t living up to their unrealistic expectations of sunshine and happiness and ooey-gooey love. This is completely normal if you guys spend a lot of time together.It shouldn't be a constant thing - you should obviously enjoy spending time with the person you're dating - but it's okay if it happens sometimes.