I saw my husband’s beautiful face across a crowded room, that got my attention, the way he is towards me, kept it and made him much more attractive.
You must have balance and not sacrifice treatment for looks etc.
You have to unlearn being attracted to men who don’t like you and don’t like themselves as much as they should.
I’m not pushing this nice guy on you because I think you should also have passion for the guy; besides just because he is nicer than the other guys you’ve dated doesn’t make him the best person for you.
Let me tell you what many nice guys do; they date out of their range and then lead on the girls they should date with that nice guy act.
I’ve dated a guy for 5 years that I left because of cheating.
I’ve been single for 18 months or so and I still love him, I know it’s stupid. Nice Guy, he’s sweet, kind, has a decent job (I supported the ex). I feel like he’s the kind of guy I want to be with, but why aren’t I feeling it?
My problem is that I’m not feeling a strong attraction to him and my question is do I carry on seeing him and wait to see if feelings develop? ” I understand, you are not the first woman who wished she loved a man who treated her well.
I had a boyfriend for two years who was awesome and all my friends loved him but I knew I didn’t want to marry him.
I am ok with guys having to win girls over, I insist on it. Follow these rules and don’t stress if you aren’t feeling the guy, there have been plenty of fellas who have dated you and weren’t feeling you either; it’s apart of being single.
Nice guys aren’t angels and some wear that “nice” act to hide their bad intentions.
When I began to study women dating habits the first thing I noticed was the smart ones liked men who treated them well.That’s an awesome trait to have, and it’s learned behavior.