When he sees he can make you happy, he will be motivated to do whatever he can to keep you happy.
You might be thinking: “But I always tell him what I want and he still doesn’t do it!
In the beginning, it’s all new and fresh and if he’s really into you he will be thinking about you a lot and will feel the urge to text you frequently.After some time has passed and the relationship is a bit more established, this urge isn’t as pressing and it begins to feel like work.If he is there for you, if he is considerate of you, if he goes out of his way for you, if he opens up to you, he loves you. Look, I don’t think I’m making any radical claims by saying men are the less communicative of the two genders.If you want to know where he really stands, pay closer attention to what he’s doing and put less emphasis on what he is and isn’t saying.Countless studies have shown that women primarily gain their sense of worth and self-esteem through their interpersonal relationships while men measure their worth based on their ability to have an impact in the world and contribute in a meaningful way.
If a man is at work, then that is the sole center of his world and nothing exists outside of that.
The fact that a man doesn’t text you as much or as often as you’d like doesn’t mean he doesn’t care about you – he’s usually just focusing on something else and most men have a difficult time seeing beyond a given task at hand.
This is hard for most women to understand because women can switch from one task to the next and back again with much more ease.
In fact, I think I have an easier time explaining why men do things than I do with women.
I have been writing about relationships for a while now and over the years I have noticed some prominent points of confusion, ones that seem to be shared by women of all ages from all around the world (no exaggeration).
This doesn’t mean you have a great and profound relationship, it doesn’t really mean…anything.