Because of this, sometimes Matt or I will be accused me of not paying enough attention to the men’s side of things.
He won’t get insecure because you happen to be a lawyer or have a Ph D, nor will he fret about your substantial paycheck.He doesn’t measure his life in competition with yours, because (would you believe it?And I’ve realized the ones I truly respect, that is, those I would recommend to women as great boyfriend material, all share certain traits in common.So, from my experience, here are the sure signs you’re dating a high-value guy: to see you flourish.He has no interest in indulging complaining and doesn’t have time to waste endlessly going over old problems or moaning about the past. They are responsive in the face of failure and spring into action at the sight of problems rather than falling apart. When the castle crumbles, he’s the one who starts stacking bricks to rebuild the fortress.
by Cormac Mc Carthy, the son tells his father: “If you break little promises, you’ll break big ones.” This is essentially the philosophy of a high value guy. He doesn’t feel ok simply shrugging his shoulders when he promised to pick up your shopping on the way home and just forgot.
But then I realized: it can only be a constructive and useful exercise to talk about how the best men ought to behave in relationships.
I don’t want to patronize anyone here by assuming you don’t know a good guy from a creep or a selfish a**hole when you see one.
Hi im a married white woman, who has been meeting a single black guy.
other than kissing and hugging nothing sexually has happened..
I stole this one from advertising genius David Ogilvy, who wrote “leaders grasp nettles”. He doesn’t put off troubles hoping they’ll just blow over. They are endlessly curious about you as their partner and want to understand your mind.