19 Things A Real Man Does When He Is In A Real Relationship

Men are wired differently than women, they have a natural tendency of being the provider in the family and in order to accomplish that they sometimes fall short of being the kind of man all women desire. Who is the ‘real’ man? It is subjective to the individual’s taste and expereince. Despite that fact, they are few qualities of that go separate the ‘real’man from the rest of the crowd.

A real man is one who has been through different experiences in life and does not let those experiences limit or define him. He has lessons from the past only to humble him rather than dwell on insecurities or in fear of those experiences. He looks at life not wanting to define it, judge it or to put it in a box. But he’s a man, who sees through it all and still finds and appreciates the good in life anyway.

It’s hard to tag a man as a ‘real man’ but some of the qualities mentioned in the list below will surely help you zero in on the man you might want in your life.

A real man respects you.

This is the first aspect women should look for in a man, for if a man cannot respect a woman, he just does not qualify. Notice how he talks about other women. Notice his opinions and views regarding women in general. You’ll know a lot as to how he’ll treat you in the relationship. He should respect you on every level- your personality, your values, your religious beliefs, your emotional needs, your physical needs, your general outlook regarding life, your flaws and your past.

He honors his promise.

He stands by his word at all times. He’s not just a careless talker but a keeper of his word. He’ll even go out of his way, if necessary, to prove that he meant every bit of the promise he made.

He knows his mind and has a spine.
 He has a good relationship with himself. He knows who he is and stands tall in his being. He makes his decisions and is bold enough to put them to action. He is confident, examines situations, ideas, things himself and has an opinion of them.READ MORE

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