Men get bored very easily. The fact of the matter is, their attention spans wander greatly from time to time, and it can be difficult to keep them interested in you or anything you have to say. Men seem to think women want to talk about shopping and nothing else, and fail to realize that we want to keep them interested.
The biggest fear many people face when in a relationship is losing their significant other's interest. While they probably will remain interested, purely because they like who you are as a person, it can feel like they grow distant—especially when it comes to communication.
They might not feel like talking too often because they're simply not interested in the conversation. Let's be honest, girls: they really don't care what shoes were on sale this week, nor do they find shopping interesting.
How to keep a guy interested
You'll need to think about what he might like to talk about in order to keep him interested. He's not your girlfriend. You can't gossip about those train wreck mean girls from work, or divulge your newest celebrity crush to him.
He just won't be interested in any of that. In order to really keep your guy interested, here are 13 things to talk about with him. These are some surefire ways to pique his interest and keep his eyes on you for the long haul.
#1 His interests. Men don't find a lot of women's interests to be all that... well, interesting—unless they're also something they like. By bringing up and discussing his interests, you will show him that not only are you willing to learn more about him, you find his life interesting, as well.
Men don't actually have a lot of time to talk about their interests; they don't usually sit around with a group of guys and discuss these things—unless it's a shared interest. So, when they have the opportunity and know they can go to you to talk about it, it will keep them coming back.
#2 His work. People spend about 70% of their day at work. Men are overly proud of their work, too. So ask him how his job is going. Make sure to talk about his new goals at work, any projects he's got going on that he really likes, and whatever else you can. By showing you care about other aspects of his life that are important to him, you'll keep him interested.
#3 Any of his new hobbies—no matter how boring. You might cringe at the thought of spending time discussing his latest golf outing with his work friends, but if it's something that he finds important, make a point to discuss it. Ask how it went, what he learned, if he's getting better, etc.
If you want to take it a step further, ask if you could join him in his new hobby. He'll be both surprised and intrigued that you not only brought it up to talk about, but that you want to be included. Read more on lovepanky.