So my boyfriend and I have been together for just under a year. I'm 22 and he's 25.
I got hit in the head in a car accident about a week ago (I've been to the doctor and I'm just bruised and have a concussion) and I've had some post concussion symptoms. Mainly nausea and vomiting. I'm a pretty modest person when it comes to stuff like that but I was at his apartment last night and had a dizzy spell and I threw up. I couldn't make it to the toilet so I threw up in the trash can in the living room and he saw the whole thing.
He held my hair back and helped me for the rest of the night but I'm worried that he's not going to be attracted to me physically anymore. I threw up pretty much all night and he ended up having to drive me to the hospital because it wouldn't stop. He's been so sweet taking care of me but does he just feel obligated?
Guys, would this end your attraction to a girl? I feel miserable and gross and I don't want to lose him.
Most Helpful Guy
Any guy that would lose attraction for a girl because she puked in his apartment isn't worth that girl's time.
So either he's a total waste of space in which case good riddance, or he's a normal dude and is 100% fine with what happened and would never lose attraction for you over something so minor as having symptoms from a concussion.
Either way, you are good to go.1
Most Helpful Girl
I seriously doubt that will affect his attraction towards you. It's not like it was something you could control, he knows the circumstances and why this is happening. Don't worry about it too much. Your boyfriend sounds really sweet and supportive. Relationships are all about loving each other even when you're sick or don't look you best. It's okay :)0