4 Signs The Guy You’re Dating Is Definitely A Keeper

4 Signs The Guy You’re Dating Is Definitely A Keeper

Signs The Guy You’re Dating Is Definitely A Keeper

“Let us find someone who will never break our heart, who will always be there for us, who will make us happy all the time, who will respect, love and cherish us in everything, and we can’t go far in the search because such personality is within us, not in the world we are living now!” – Michael Bassey Johnson

You probably have a pretty good idea of the kind of person you’re attracted to. If you met a guy who had similar interests to you, and the physical attraction was there, you’d likely feel you finally found someone you “clicked” with.

But how many times have you met someone you clicked with initially… only to be disappointed later on?

This brings us to an important question: what exactly makes a man an ideal life partner for you?

How do you know if your boyfriend or the man sitting across from you on a date can create with you the kind of relationship you deserve?

How do you know if you’ll be able to lean on him during difficult times, if he’ll have your back, and if he’ll work with you to resolve the challenges any couple will face?

What elevates him from just a fun date to a mate in heart, body, mind, and soul?

You don’t want just a date or a boyfriend, you want a “keeper” – someone who will be a true partner to you, for the long haul.

“The right one for you will move mountains to be with you – he won’t hide behind them.”
– Mandy Hale

 

Is Your Date A Keeper?

“You know you found the right one when you stop looking for “more.” – Laurel House

Keepers exhibit a set of beliefs, actions, and ideals that keep relationships thriving through the good times and the bad. This doesn’t mean you need to compromise on physical attraction or other qualities that are important to you. It means that when you find someone you do click with, you’ll want to make sure they also have the qualities of a keeper:

4 Signs The Guy You’re Dating Is A Keeper

Keeper Trait #1: They’re self-accountable

Keepers are not afraid to question themselves. They clearly put knowledge ahead of ego-preservation, and seek ways to help their relationships stay successful. They ask themselves what they could do to change them for the better. They are not out to win at their partner’s expense.

Yet keepers don’t automatically give up their point of view when challenged. You know them by their combination of ego, strength, and flexibility. They not only hold their integrity under fire but also expect that kind of behavior from people they respect.

 

Keeper Trait #2: They see humor as a sacred part of relationships

People who find humor in life are more resilient to disappointments. They don’t laugh inappropriately or use humor to mock, but they do maintain the perspective that keeps them aware.

Yet they also have a keen sense of perspective and don’t use humor to lighten up situations that need to stay serious. They have learned the value of timing and a compassionate heart and can process sorrow and joy with the same gentle appreciation for life.

 

Keeper Trait #3: They’re authentic

Keepers feel responsible for what they say or do. They don’t pretend to be someone they are not, or automatically agree with something that they don’t. They want to be transparent because they don’t play games nor want to participate in any.

They’d rather hear the truth from others, too, even if it’s uncomfortable. Keepers choose partners who value them for their honesty. They don’t take that right lightly, nor do they use their authenticity to unnecessarily point out other’s faults.

 

Keeper Trait #4: They seek continuous transformation

“In the busyness of living, he is the kind of man that makes a woman pause and write romantic poetry.” – Terry a O’Neal

Keepers are committed to learning from the past and projecting the future more effectively. To do that, they willingly seek constant new ways of seeing their lives unfold. They learn from their mistakes and believe in their dreams.

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