Its not about how nice the guy is but how they relate in the relationship"^^Bodykiss, ori e pe.
When the guyy has been weaned off this chivalry nonsense he's practising his relationship philosophy will shift 180¤.
Even when you do something bad,he takes the blame,always lets you decide everything at the end, could compliment you 10 times in a day everyday, ready to overplease you at his own cost always etc P.
S I'm not saying it's bad but to some extent, he should also be able to stand for himself and sometimes please himself How can one change or tell him he is being way tooooo nice?
In short, a guy doesn’t have to be a jerk to do well with women. And while I hate to keep on referencing old blog posts, some of them apply specifically to this theme, especially this one, which says: Let’s see… I think those two things are the essence of any relationship.
By your admission, he “calls, writes me letters, texts, takes me out, does family outings, asks about my day, washes my car, is clean, is fit, responsible, understanding, compliments me, etc, etc.” So what do you think? Or is there something more to dating and relationships than what someone does for you? And I think they get lost when we start focusing on checklists.
I speak from personal experience when I mention that I have broken up with some of the nicest people you’ll ever meet. She had everything on my checklist – smart, silly, cute, good family, stable job, etc.
What she didn’t have – what I really needed at the time – was a backbone.
A little history…I’m 28, divorced with two young kids, they live at home. He’s relatively attractive but not my usual type or taste. When there’s a rare exception to that rule, we call it love.I can just tell and trust me, I’m not wrong on this. In fact, it’s been turned into such a science, that you might want to take a look at it.