If He Does These 3 Things, He Is 100% A KEEPER

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If He Does These 3 Things, He Is 100% A KEEPER

If you've ever wondered what makes the man you're dating a keeper, they're easy to recognize.

There's a distinct difference between a man who is going somewhere and a man who isn't. 

I want to take the mystery out of it for you. If you're asking yourself, "Is he a keeper?", watch out for these 3 things:

1. He's got momentum. 

For a man to make it in the long-run, he has to have momentum. If he stalls out anywhere along the way, you're about to go nowhere.

This means from the moment he meets you, his plans intensify. He wants to see you more, he introduces you to his friends and family, and he makes long-range plans with you.

Momentum is super important for a man. If he has it, he's a keeper.

2. He wants to do things for you. 

When a man is in love with you, he wants to give you things and do things for you. You don't have to ask because he's way ahead of you.

He's literally looking for things to do for you. He checks your car to see if you have enough gas. He takes heavy things out of your hands and carries them. He keeps an eye on you to make sure you're comfortable.

3. He makes and keeps agreements. 

This is what separates the men from the boys. Real men have no problem making commitments and keeping them.

A relationship is a series of kept agreements. You can consider a man a keeper when he does what he says he's going to do consistently. He can have a long-term relationship with you because he has momentum. He wants to do things for you. He makes and keeps agreements and he looks forward to making them with you.

James Allen Hanrahan is a highly sought after dating and relationship coach for SMART women based in Los Angeles. Get his FREE Chemistry to Commitment formula for lasting love. If you're a smart woman struggling to achieve relationship success, check out the treasure trove of information in A Life of Love.

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