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So you've got a hottie for a girlfriend. She must be pretty amazing, because she's drawing the attention of just about every guy you pass by when you're with her. As complimentary as it may be, you're pretty peeved that several guys are ogling her ev

How to Deal With Guys Looking at My Girlfriend

So you've got a hottie for a girlfriend. She must be pretty amazing, because she's drawing the attention of just about every guy you pass by when you're with her. As complimentary as it may be, you're pretty peeved that several guys are ogling her everywhere you go. Before you blow a fuse, handle the situation with care and learn how to deal with guys who have their eye on your girl.

Skill level:Moderately Easy

Instructions

1 Laugh it off. Take their attention for what it is, a compliment, and be happy that you've got a great girl by your side. When you notice some guy making googly eyes at your girlfriend, show him and your sweetie that a little innocent competition doesn't bother you. Give the guy a little eye contact to show him you see him looking and keep moving.

2 Keep her close. When you're walking around in the mall or at a special event, don't make the bad choice of walking so far away from her that she looks like she's single. Keep her close to you so other guys know she's taken.

3 Show affection. Give your onlookers a little show. Practice a little PDA (public display of affection) when you've got a few boys looking your way. A kiss or an embrace will be just enough for the nosy guys to only wish they had what you've got.

4 Let her chime in. If the looks become a problem, let her pipe in with a word or two. She can whisper to her fans that she's taken or point to you and mention, "I love this guy." The looks are playful and shouldn't threaten your relationship. Have fun with all the attention and feel lucky that she's drawing the interest.

5 Enjoy it. As long as you have confidence in your relationship and you feel a solid connection, there shouldn't be anything to worry about. Enjoy the extra attention and be proud that you've got a beautiful girl. Don't allow the attention she attracts to destroy your sense of security or your relationship.

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