7 Things That Could Change The Way He Feels About You

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January 31, 2012 ‐ By Julia Austin

 

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The first few dates might have been phenomenal. The first few months might have been like living on cloud 9. The first all night phone call might have felt effortless until some random moment when you suddenly lost the connection. What are these little things that can be major game changers for a guy? Here are 7 behaviors that tell a man a lot about you, and can sometimes surprise him.

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  • FromUR2UB

    That sure is a lot of analyizing going on.  Sounds pretty nit-picky to me.  We all know that when you don’t really like someone, you can find things to hold against them, like their needing to eat at a certain time, and when you do like someone, you can overlook a lot.  Now if some of these analyses guaranteed a lasting relationship, I could go along with it.  But some of it just sounds like an excuse for eliminating someone he probably wasn’t into anyway.  

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  • Ms12

    Great insight. But all these “secret ways” also apply to men and how we see them eventually.

  • Superchick

    This isa great article. I agree with alot of it too.  When I first started dating my now-husband, he was very verbal about the things he noticed.. all of which were on this list. Luckily, I eat sensibly, love my parents (and am very respectful), I love cleaning house, and well…  let’s just say I passed.   

    Other things are if you work out, if you have a good reputation at work, if you have “real” friends, if you seem to have drama in your life (turn off), if you actually have a life (hobbies, etc), and your hair.

  • Jeromethecrackfox

    Oh, come on. Please stop blaming women for the romantic whims of men. When a man loses interest in you and you’ve done nothing to him, he’s the one with the problem. If there’s something about you he discovers and doesn’t like, then he wasn’t for you. You didn’t do something wrong. He perceived something about you negatively. He’s the actor in this. But, he just took care of the problem that dating him would have become, so that’s a plus!

    • guest

      Excellent advice!

    • tracy

      This is a very true quote. If a man has doubts about you a lot of things he will find fault with. Its not the woman. I have a brother who dated countless women and he stayed with the one who had the same or worse characteristics of the past women he dated , why? Because when men like a woman a lot and see a future with her its very little that she can do to change that. He will see her as “perfect” in his eyes. The girlfriend is untidy, she curses him, bosses him around but he does not see that.

      • general

        Because there’s something else she does as a counter weight

    • general

      This is why our marriage rates are what they are. ……..exhibit A….does this type of personality translate into a committed relationship. …?????not in modern times.

  • Gmarie

    Just do you. Some are gonna like it, some are not. the ones who don’t like it are obviously not compatible with you. If you have to stress yourself over something as miniscule as what you EAT around a man then you have your answer there already on the table.

    • FromUR2UB

      Exactly!

  • Yaya

    How I eat? WTF!?! That should be my business, not his. Why would a man judge someone on that?

    • Leadingladyy2k

      Because it says a lot about how you take care of yourself.

      • DeepThinker

        Yep and how you take care of yourself will strongly impact how healthy you will be in the future. If he or she is considering a long-term committment, childbearing or even marriage.
        If that person is a cheeseburger away from a heart attack, your partner will become a caretaker or have to raise the kids on their own.  Yes, spouses get sick, but if it is due to gluttony or just not taking care of yourself, why should someone else be burdened with that?

    • PrettiVicki

      I had a man once be completely surprised because I actually ate my meal on our first date.  He said he loved it because most women pretend they don’t eat or act fakely dainty when they eat. I on the other hand was totally natural and it showed that I was more comfortable in my own skin than anyone he had dated before…

      • HOUSTON TEXAN

        MEN SHOULD START JUDGING WOMEN WHO EAT WITH THEIR MOUTHS OPEN AND SMACK.  THAT IS JUST PLAIN NASTY

    • HOUSTON TEXAN

      SMACKING AND EATING WITH YOUR MOUTH OPEN IS A NO NO.

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