Are you in the early stages of dating a man and wondering if he is as serious about you and you are about him?
Are you trying really hard not to ruffle his “commitment feathers” by asking him how he feels about you?
Are you, instead, trying your best to show him what a great catch you are by being the sweet, fun-time, easy-breezy gal on the outside (even if you are crumbling with worry and insecurity on this inside)?Putting the man in front of your feelings and needs may seem like the right thing to do at the beginning of a relationship (hey, don’t we all have irrational fears that aren’t attractive? Just because you don’t want to feel insecure, needy, uncomfortable and scared, doesn’t mean that you aren’t feeling that way.He sees you as a woman who doesn’t simply have an agenda to be in a committed relationship, but rather as a woman who genuinely wants to be in a relationship with him.Understanding emotional attraction and how it works is absolutely critical if you want to create a connected, lasting relationship with a man.Instead, a man will normally go through certain stages first before he decides you’re “it.” Here’s what they are, and how to handle them so he’s comfortable to move forward: In the early stages of dating, you take on one of two roles: the Convincer or the Resistor.
It’s important for you to be the Resistor and not the Convincer.
I've found most women want an Alpha Man in their life. Because he makes her feel safe and protected and that comes directly from the days of the cavemen and the cavewomen, where a man was responsible for keeping his family safe or they'd die. That's right...a younger women who can make an Alpha Man feel his strongest and best because he's needed.
Stop listening to all that advice telling you to play it cool...
He’ll feel pressured, and you’ll miss out on the amazing feeling that comes from a man naturally wanting to secure things with you.
Even though you may want a man to “just know” early on that you’re the only one for him, things usually don’t work this way with most men.
And chances are—if you feel these feelings in your budding relationship, he can sense them.