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You’ve been dating someone for a few months and you’re really into him. You even start to let your guard down and maybe even tell your parents or your friends about this man and how great he is.
Then, all of a sudden…
What’s that about??
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3 Lessons to Learn How to Keep a Man Interested in You #1. Remember: You are Worth Keeping
How’s your self-esteem? Do you know how amazing you are? Or do you struggle to feel good about yourself when dating men who clearly don’t know your worth?
Research shows that high self-esteem can influence your relationship satisfaction as well as impact your partner’s self-esteem. When you feel bad about yourself, your insecurities can start to creep in to the way you act with your significant other — and that can have a negative impact on both of you.
Not only that but also low self-esteem can distort your perception of your partner, according to research in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. In the study, researchers asked more than 500 men and women to complete questionnaires about their self-esteem and then asked them how threatened they felt by their partner’s flaws. Those with low self-esteem were not only more threatened by their partner’s imperfections, but they were also more likely to view their relationships in black-and-white terms: as all good or all bad.
In short, once you start realizing your intrinsic value and self-worth, you can be more successful at engaging a man. Once you realize you’re high-value, he will too.
3 Lessons to Learn How to Keep a Man Interested in You #2. Show Him That He’s Worth Keeping
When you appreciate the little things he does, he wants to do more of them.
Men are like puppies. When we do something good, reward us with a treat, and what do you know? We’ll continue with that behavior.
Let’s say he plans a nice Friday night dinner for you. To show your appreciation, surprise him with dinner next time.
I find that the best type of relationship is when both people invest more and more into the relationship, trying to make the other person happier.
3 Lessons to Learn How to Keep a Man Interested in You #3. Don’t Stop Flirting
Once you get past that first three to six months in a new relationship, you’ll probably start to lose some of that intense butterflies-in-the-stomach sensation every time you see this guy. Some of the flirting may be gone, but that means you need to work even hard to figure out how to keep a guy interested.
Even if those butterflies have flown away, you need to still have flirtatious banter with your guy. I encourage you to set aside time to go on dates, to remember what it was like when you were first getting to know one another.
So how can you put a little flirt into your relationship? Maybe wink at him when you’re at a party and are on opposite sides of the room. Playfully kiss his hand. Tickle him. Give him butterfly kisses. Just keep things light and fun!
Now you see what I meant when I said I wasn’t going to give you ridiculous advice about how to keep a man interested. These are mature suggestions. They’re based on building a relationship of respect and passion, and that’s not something that’s guaranteed in a relationship. If you’re serious about this man, you need to work to show him that you are worth his time, that you appreciate what he does, and that, even months or years down the road, he still makes your toes tingle. If he’s the right guy for you, he’ll 100% reciprocate your effort.
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