You can't really change a person... to use an old saying, change must come from within. Your boyfriend has to *want* to change, for it to really happen. You can not change his views on life; you can tell him how you feel, and tell him that you would like it if he did ___ or was more ___, but ultimately it's up to him to make those changes. Honestly, though, it sounds like you are having much bigger issues than just this. You have asked three questions about your boyfriend in the past day, none of which indicates that you are particularly happy with him. My mom always said that adults don't change, they just become more like themselves-- so If he's looking at other girls, doing things behind your back on Facebook, and not being as active as you'd like to be, you might want to consider moving on... because if he's like this now, he is not likely to stop anytime soon. Ultimately the decision is yours, but unless you're willing to spend the rest of your life being treated like this~ and very few women are~ you will need to move on and find someone that you are more compatible with. I hope this helps you, sweetie... good luck <3
You can change your boyfriend from being lazy by letting him admit to his situation. If he can come to terms with it then you won't make any effort to change him. Let him stop delegating, lazy people like to delegate a lot. For example if he wants a remote, let him get up and get it himself. You can also make a plan by writing down all things about him that are lazy. Read more on http://www.ehow.com/how_4698674_stop-being-lazy.html.
depends on why hes being lazy. is it a lack of motivation or a lack of energy? if its the former maybe he just needs to find something to be passionate about. if its the latter maybe he needs to look into what hes putting into his body. as a former lazy guy i had trouble w both these issues. i found my solution and it changed my life and attitude. now i have more energy than i know what to do with and im passionate about it too
You can't change him. He needs to want to change. He may simply need to find something that sparks his interests. He may not believe that he is lazy. Your idea of lazy may be different than his. You could try asking him to go do certain things with you and try to involve him more. It would be easier to help if we knew what specifically you mean by him being lazy.
You might not be able to change him, but don't enable him either by doing everything for him. He probably thinks why should he do anything when he has you doing it for him. Shut that down, he'll learn pretty quick once he doesn't have clean clothes.