Things A Man Will Do Only For The Woman He Truly Loves

Men and women are wired differently when it comes to expressing emotions. While women tend to be wordier, men express emotions through actions. Maybe this could be attributed to the fact that society perceives them as tough. A man may not tell you how they feel, but this does not mean that they do not express emotions. As a matter of fact, they do show emotions when they are in love. They do so through actions, not always words. When he does these seven things for you, then you are the woman he loves.

1. He protects you

He will do everything in his power to keep you from harm. He cannot bear to see you suffer. If you suffer, he suffers. It is natural for someone to protect something that is of high value to them. When he is in love with you, you are valuable to him. Protecting you will, therefore, come naturally. Protection isn't just physical. It's emotional, verbal and even financial.

2. He is your biggest fan

If he loves you, he will have your back in everything you do. He will support you and root for you. He wants you to succeed. Your achievements are his achievements, and he will not stand in the way of your success. He will encourage you and cheer you on. He will even sacrifice some things to ensure you succeed in whatever you do.

3. He values your opinion

If he loves you, then what you think is important to him. You will be his go-to guy on big and small matters alike. He will consult you and hear what you have to say before making decisions on issues, trivial or not. He wants to know what your beliefs are on matters politics, religion, family and so much more. He wants you to be proud of him.

4. He listens to you

It's so annoying to talk to someone who doesn't listen to you. It's the absolute worst! If a man loves you, you won't go through this. He will listen to every single thing you will have to say, and he will do so with so much eagerness. As if this is not enough, he will also remember every tiny bit of it! This should not come as a surprise to you. He finds you interesting.

5. He will always be there for you

If he's in love with you, he will move mountains for you. He will go out of his way to ensure that you are ok. He will be your support system whenever you need him to be. If you need him, he will drop everything and come running to you. You come first before everything or anyone else.

6. He feels your pain

When he is in love with you, he connects with you. So whatever you feel he feels. Are you hurting? Well, guess what, he's hurting too! When you're happy, he's happy too! That's why if you are in pain, he will do whatever necessary ease your pain.

7. He loves you for who you are

He will not care about how you look. He will not care how you dress. This is because he loves you for who you are. Your physical appearance is a non-issue to him. He' more interested in your inner beauty. He loves you despite your imperfections. He also respects you and will not do anything that will dishonor you.

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