5.Don’t let him feel second-place to your other male friends: This goes along with the last step. You might have other male friends, of course, and you shouldn’t stop being friends with them. But if you find yourself spending more time with them than with your boyfriend, especially if it’s alone with them, reflect on if the situation was flip-flopped. Find ways to let him know you prefer spending time with him than with other guys, that he is more special to you than they are. If you find yourself remotely attracted to one of your male friends, it’s probably best to cut it clean with him, you don’t want this to destroy what you already have.
6.Do thoughtful, little things for him, to let him know he is special to you. Hold his hand when you are out walking, spontaneously tell
him you love him, randomly kiss his cheek, sticky note his car for
fun, leave him special little gifts, tag him in a status, etc. Every little thing that shows your affection makes him feel more secure.
7.Remember his birthday, your anniversary, things like that. This will let him know he is important to you. Listen to him, especially if he feels bad or if he needs your support.
Don’t shut him out or make him feel like he can’t talk to you or be
open with you. Give him support more than advice. Tell him you’re
there for him or that he is the best. Do not let him for once feel as if
you think of him as little. He is a person after all.
8.If you’re attracted to him sexually, and if you feel comfortable doing
so, you could consider initiating making love with him. Only do so if
you are definitely certain that he is in it for the long run. DO NOT
LET HIM TAKE ADVANTAGE OF YOU! Many guys prefer casual sex,
this being said, I recommend that you wait.
Don’t ignore him if you’re with your friends and he’s around. Point blank. Ignoring him makes him insecure and feel like he could be better.