So I was talking to my boyfriend and he told me that my boobs were too small for what he likes. Then turned right around and said he was more of a "butt guy" when he noticed that this upset me. It's put a real ding in my confidence and yes I do have small boobs but I'd like to think I have other assets that make up for it (skinniness, butt). Why did he say this? He knows I'm already self conscious about it and still mentioned it. Does it mean that he finds me less attractive? It came to my mind that he probably said he was a "butt guy" because I was so hurt over his other comment. Is there any way I can boost my confidence back up?
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My first thought - he probably didn't really realise what he was saying. What were you talking about? Were you talking about someone on the TV and he said something like "I normally go for D cups" or something like that? If it was a situation like that, then he probably didn't mean to and then back-tracked to compliment you on something.
If it's really made you uncomfortable, talk to him about it. Don't attack him "Well if you like big boobs, why me?" Because that will just aggravate the problem. Perhaps instead try a more relaxed approach like "I've been thinking about what you said the other day about my boobs... is it really a problem to you that they are small?"
Something like your boobs there isn't a huge amount you can do as an over night fix. Is it just that they are small, or do they hang a little low (sorry for the description, you'll see why I asked...). If you do press ups or other chest muscle exercises, although considered unfeminine, it will work your chest muscles and your breasts will lift, giving them a perkier appearance and sometimes bigger.
Good luck. Try not to let it circle your head.0
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