Do you really like a guy or does he really like you? Answering these questions to yourself will help you understand and evaluate someone you meet as a potential date.
Why men love a damsel in distress While courting, women like to be treated with care and respect. When either sex experiences these emotions while spending time with a particular member of the opposite sex, they end up inevitably desiring the person even if there isn’t any mutual attraction to begin with.
Understand this little truth and the whole case of the damsel in distress will start to make sense to anyone.
Or are you feeling nervous to walk down the street after dusk? A man likes helping a woman when he feels like he’s doing a superior job. Thank him and don’t forget that flirty smile While men absolutely love helping a woman in need, they are put off by women who can’t be grateful for it.
Make him assume there’s no way you could ever have made it through without his help and his ego will swell. If you ask a guy to help you, but don’t really show your appreciation, he may just avoid helping you or may even ignore you.
Recent decades may have subdued a man and his protective streak, but his urge to be the defender and the protector of all things good still gives him a rush like no other.
Why else do you think men love playing gory video games where they play the lead character? When a man sees a woman who needs help, he instinctively feels the urge to help her.
Well, at least until he’s made enough of an impression to make her fall for him.
While much of the courting game of dating and falling in love depends on mutual attraction, there’s another secret force that most men and women don’t think about – the evaluation of desirability.
With their epic egos and innate trait to protect, they want to feel like they are the driving force of the relationship.
When a man is in a relationship with a woman who behaves like she needs his protection and help, he’s always on guard when he’s with her.
And all men love women who are easily approachable.
[Read: Why men like the chase] A man’s ego swells when he helps a girl When a man helps a woman, shows off his brute strength to her and gets thanked for it, he feels good about the whole thing.
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