Saying These 3 Things Will Make A Man Feel Deeply Attached

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We all know that many men don’t like to talk much. There may be words he is dying to hear from you, but he won’t mention it.

However, when you know exactly which sweet things to say to your boyfriend and he hears those words he's been longing for, the effects are magical.

We all want to hear kinds words of affirmation that let us know the people we care about think highly of us.

And if you want to know how to get a guy to like you — or even how to make a man fall in love with you — you need to start by learning what men want to hear.

There are some specific things you can say to your boyfriend that every man yearns to hear, and when you do, it will create a special bond in your relationship.

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These words have an inspirational effect on a man. They inspire him to be a better man and want to have a more serious relationship with you.

Saying these three things to a guy will make him fall even more deeply attached to you than he already does.

1. "I respect you."

Perhaps no other word is more important to a man than "respect". When you tell a man you respect him. you let him know that you accept him as he is.

By letting him know that you respect the way he treats his family and friends, and that his career and productivity in the world are things you admire, for example, he will feel respected.

When you tell a man you respect him, you inspire him to see you as an important part of his life. When you respect him, he will want to build with you. Make no mistake about it, respect is definitely a word he’s dying to hear.

2. "I appreciate you."

If there’s a close second in the phrase category, expressing your appreciation is a strong contender. When you tell a man that you appreciate him, you strike a chord in his soul.

As simple as this may sound, a man derives a large portion of his self-worth by knowing that he can make you happy.

Telling a man that you appreciate him is confirmation that what he’s doing is having a positive effect.

You might say that appreciation to a man is what affection is to a woman. It's a way in which he feels loved. Once you trigger the feeling that a man is appreciated by you, he will want to spend more time with you.

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3. "I accept you."

In a man’s world, acceptance is the key word in his life. He wants to know you accept him the way he is now.

This might not be something you outright say, but more something you show him through your actions and behaviors around him.

Acceptance is expressed when you to resist the urge to change him or criticize him. Men are well aware of their faults, and when they find that it’s easy to be with you and that you’re willing to work with them. they feel accepted.

We all want to know that it’s okay to make mistakes and not be perfect. This is the gift of acceptance you can give to a man.

The sweetest things you could say to a guy are, "I respect you", "I appreciate you", and "I accept you."

Tell the man you’re with, "I respect what you think and what you do." Ask him questions and for his advice. The most powerful phrase you can say to a man is, “What do you think?”

Saying, "I appreciate you," will inspire him to no end. Once he gets a taste for making you happy, he’ll be hooked. Men never get tired of hearing how much you appreciate something they did.

We all want to be accepted. This is something a man will feel from you. It is a byproduct of feeling respected and appreciated.

But, make no mistake about it, a man wants to be accepted because acceptance for anyone is the foundation of lasting love.

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James Allen Hanrahan is a highly sought after relationship coach for strong women based in Los Angeles who offers a free Chemistry to Commitment formula for lasting love.

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