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How Can You Make A Man Make You Feel More Valuable

How Can You Make A Man Make You Feel More Valuable
Making a man give more value is a constant question that circles the heads of women dissatisfied with their relationships.

Imagine the following situation: you have had a relationship for some time and in the beginning, he was caring, caring, doing everything for you. Over time, things have been getting colder and he is no longer as caring or caring as before. Calls are no longer frequent, he prefers a ride with friends to a two-way show, he takes too long or even does not respond to his messages.

Though he swears with his life that he loves you, that’s not what you feel. Even trying to be the best mate in the world, you feel like he’s not trying so hard to do the same. You wanted him to give you more value.

If you are going through a similar situation and want to know how to make your partner
give you more value, we have separated some interesting suggestions.

Love yourself
This is the main rule. Love yourself first. Then love yourself again. If you do not love yourself, who else will?

Change attitude
For a man to change his attitude and give us more value, it is necessary that we change our attitude before him. It’s no use begging for more love and more attention, for longer together or even blackmail the partner threatening the end of the relationship.

If the goal is to maintain the relationship, such attitudes may have the opposite effect.

Be proud of yourself
Take your partner’s focus and look at yourself. Realize your qualities. What do you have that makes her so special? Surely you will find several personal characteristics that you can be proud of yourself.

Take care of self-esteem
Look in the mirror and evaluate yourself. You are not as ugly as you think, nor are you as overweight as you think. Low self-esteem often ends up causing us to not value ourselves and thus accept anything that is offered to us.

You are a wonderful woman and you certainly deserve much more than you receive.

Does he deserve you?
Instead of asking yourself how to make the partner give you more value, ask yourself if he really deserves you. If he still has not recognized his qualities, even if you try his best to be noticed, he may not be the right man for you.

Certainly, there are men who will appreciate your qualities better and who will value you more.

Make room for him to miss you
Just as in economics there is the law of supply and demand, it can even be used for relationships. The offer of time and attention you offer to him is too great for what he really wants.

Do not waste all your time living on it. Knowing that you are always available when he wants to, he will not miss you and so you will not feel the need to look for you.

Be strong when you want to call or have a message hit. Instead of calling him, how about calling those friends you have not seen in a while?

Do not just change to please him
No problem we change behaviors that can disrupt the relationship, how to be very jealous, very bossy, etc. However, it may happen that we change our way of being, our individuality, to
satisfy the companion and make him give us more value.

This is a tactic that is not worth risking, because by doing so, you may have to submit to situations you do not agree with. For example, accepting an open relationship when you really want to have a serious relationship. He needs to value you the way you are, not what you pretend to be.

Evaluate your relationship
The relationship is an exchange. If you give attention, affection, and love, you also deserve to receive it in return. In fact, this exchange ratio is implicit.

If he really loves you, he will demonstrate that feeling not only with words but with attitudes that will make you feel loved and valued. If we must demand that the partner, something in the relationship is wrong.

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