This doesn’t mean he wants to pay for everything, but he’ll work hard to be the kind of man who can protect and serve you, whether by being emotionally strong, financially independent, or by being able to treat you to incredible experiences and indulgent surprises.
to help now and then), and will want to encourage anything that promotes your autonomy and independence.
He doesn’t measure his life in competition with yours, because (would you believe it?
) he has self-esteem and measures his life on more than just achievement.
So, from my experience, here are the sure signs you’re dating a high-value guy: to see you flourish.
In short, the high-value guy lives to see you playing at an extraordinary level.
by Cormac Mc Carthy, the son tells his father: “If you break little promises, you’ll break big ones.” This is essentially the philosophy of a high value guy. He doesn’t feel ok simply shrugging his shoulders when he promised to pick up your shopping on the way home and just forgot.
He kicks himself when he promised he’d book that restaurant and it totally slipped his mind. A guy who is great relationship material says nothing idly.
The idea of not living up to his word is death to him. He doesn’t make empty proclamations of love that he doesn’t feel in his heart. He’ll stroke your hair and tell you you’re incredible.
He won’t say trite phrases or go through the motions if he thinks he’s just using cheap sentiment to soothe you without addressing the real problem. But he won’t make everything sound easy or simple when it’s not.