While we were dating, he smiled at me one day and said, “You make me feel like a king walking out that door every morning.”
I smiled to myself and thought, “Wow!”
It was nice of him to notice.
You see, that’s my goal.
Make my man feel like he’s the king of the world (or at least the king of our intimate universe).
But when it comes to love, if you don’t make the person you love feel special, valuable and valued, why stay in the relationship in the first place?
Too often, we get caught up in a relationship and think, “What do I get out of this?
In my opinion (girls, you should know by now that I’m not being modest at all), that’s short-sighted and usually leads only to fleeting relationships.
I know. I’ve been there.
But ironically, making your partner feel precious and special is also a great benefit to you.
For when a man feels like a king, he acts like one.
In other words, he won’t make you, his queen, feel like royalty.
So, how do you make your man feel like your Royal Highness?
I’ve been using our personal power tools to bring about change.
So I’m going to share my four very powerful but simple secrets, but only if you make sure to let me know if they work for you in the comments.
Men look strong on the surface.
But deep down, they still need to know that they are the man!
My husband is fine.
I’m not afraid to tell him at the first opportunity.
By texting, “Hey handsome, you looked great when you walked out that door this morning.
“Baby, you had the best dinner last night!”
I’m just sitting here thinking.
When you kiss him on the cheek, “You’re always so nice to strangers.”
I like that about you.
“Now, stop stealing my compliments.
You need to make sure your compliments are genuine to your man.
You can’t pretend.
So be sincere.
Men need to be assured that they are doing a good job of taking care of you and your family.
He did not always know this.
So you have to tell him the truth.
‘You’ve taken good care of everything, my dear.
Thank you very much.
“See how easy it is?”
Practice every day and you’ll notice a big difference.
Don’t tell him what to do.
He is a mature man.
You’re not his mother.
So ladies, please don’t tell your man what to do!
You can (politely) ask him to do a few things: take out the garbage, put your bookshelves together, take the kids to practice, etc.
But don’t tell him.
The difference between the two is often only punctuation and tone.
If you’re asking, there’s a slight question mark behind your voice.
“Honey, can you take out the garbage?”
“And” Honey, can you take out the garbage?
One sounds like a polite question, while the other sounds like an exasperated request.
The only difference is how you say it and the punctuation you use at the end of the sentence.
You want your man to feel like a king?
Watch your tone!
I know, I know.
You must give me some color to see see.
But think about it…
When you celebrate your man taking out the garbage, you kiss him every time he takes out the garbage. What man doesn’t expect to take out the garbage?
Wouldn’t you want to do more if you were rewarded for doing one thing at a time?
In life, all the nasty things we have to do every day are rarely rewarded, and when they’re done, we start to take each other for granted.
But it’s an easy solution if we just spend some time providing some type of reward for the task we complete.
I guarantee that if you try these four simple tips with your man, he will feel your love and provide you with some of the benefits of love.
But you don’t have to listen to me.
All I know is that my man says I make him feel like a king, and I benefit from it.
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