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PDA has become a question. He constantly wants to hold hands, rub my back, or randomly embrace me and squeeze me…and then remain like that. I feel like it might be too much for the public eye, even though I adore his affection and physical reassurance. I have tried to slow it down or back off, but often times it is in front of our friends. I don’t want to embarrass him, but if I just pull away, he believes something is wrong, which has sparked an argument in front of everyone before…How much PDA is too much PDA? And how should I communicate with him about this subject?

March 1, 2015 at 19:05
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I would tell him when your in private one day and just say that you think you should just tone it down a little. im sure he will understand. if he continues to do it after you already spoke to him about it tell him one last time and sternly! if he truly cared about you he will stop:) if he still doesn’t THEN DUMP HIM!!!!!!!!!!!! he is not the one if he doesn’t respect you, im sure he will understand though haha, sorry for that its just some girls seem to will just let there boyfriends dis respect them like this sometimes:) hope this helped!

March 2, 2015 at 15:12


Basically what Kylie said! Your boundaries are so, so important, and tell him in private when youre NOT presently being physical when you tell him you love affection but feel uncomfortable with it in public. He should want you to feel GOOD when he’s affectionate with you, not obligated.
And yeah to second Kylie again, if not, then he’s not respecting you and should get out of there and find someone who respects you (or just be lovely, wonderful you on your own)

March 2, 2015 at 15:57
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