6 Compliments Your Man Wants To Hear More

Hey ladies, guys need love too. The problem is, they are way less likely to vocalize the need for compliments. So if you are looking for some things to say to your man to make him feel appreciated then listen up. Here are six things that will give your guy a definite ego boost.

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“You have a great ass.” While it may sound a bit demeaning, guys love knowing that they are physically attractive to their lovers. And isolating the butt gets you bonus points because guys don’t usually receive a lot of attention for their posteriors.

“You’ve been working out haven’t you?” He loves hearing this even if he hasn’t. Remember, guys love being complimented on their physicality. It lets him know that you are paying attention and that you like what you see. And if you like what you see you are less likely to look elsewhere

“I feel so safe with you.” Your man wants to feel like he is the only person in the world that can do this for you. Having you voice that feeling makes him feel secure that he is being the best partner possible. Men are hardwired to protect their mates. Confirming this means that he is doing a great job at being a man.

“You’re so good at fixing things.” Lets face it: woman love a guy who is handy. Blame the DIY channel or reruns of Home Improvement. Men loving feeling that they are competent and can handle any obstacle that comes their way.

“You’re so funny.” For whatever reason, all men have a secret desire to be a standup comedian and you calling him funny just lets him know that he is one step closer to his goal.

“You’re such a great dresser.” Men aren’t exactly known for their sophisticated fashion palate. Hearing that they excel in an area in which they’re not supposed to makes guys feel great.

 
 

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