But this time, you tended to yourself. You stood strong and gentle. And you said a few simple words that rocked her world.
“Can you tell me more?”
(More about what’s happening to you. More about what’s going on inside you. More about why you’re upset.)
And she glows. She feels seen and heard. She opens, knowing she’s with an empowered man, not a little boy, nor an inauthentic nice guy.
And you’re pleased. But you’re clear. You’re not responsible for her happiness. Nor her misery. But you can hold space for both and stand strong.
Imagine what it’s like to be this man. He’s already inside of you. Set him free today.
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Be your authentic self
“Always be yourself, express yourself, have faith in yourself, do not go out and look for a successful personality and duplicate it.” – Bruce Lee
You are not responsible for her happiness. And she is NOT responsible for yours. You need to take ownership of your emotions and realize that only YOU can make yourself happy. We go into a relationship to share our happiness and sorrows, not to make each other happy or sad. When you strengthen your relationship with your inner little boy, you will feel liberated and empowered. This will enable you to shed your ‘nice guy’ mask and help you show her what a ‘good man’ you truly are.
When you understand yourself and your emotional needs, you will be better able to meet your emotional demands without relying on your romantic partner. Self-love will help you make yourself happy and this energy will translate into a happier, stronger romantic relationship. When you approach your relationship by being the most genuine version of yourself and experience your complete range of emotions, you will be able to build a more intimate, meaningful and lasting relationship.
Stop being the ‘nice guy’ or ‘nice girl’. Be a ‘good man’ or ‘good woman’ instead. Be your true self and have good intentions. You will become happier. And so will your partner.
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