Make a Man Fall in Love – How to Trigger His Desire For Commitment
Do your friends seem to have all the answers about how to make a man fall in love? Do you know how to tug at a man’s heart strings? Do you realize that most men also desire a loving committed relationship? In order to make a man fall in love, you need to understand how men and women view commitment differently.
Men and women approach love very differently. Women tend to become emotionally involved very early on while men usually maintain emotional distance at the beginning of a relationship. Men don’t want to reveal too much too soon. Their egos are actually more fragile than you may realize so they are very cautious about letting their guard down with a woman. It is a protective mechanism they use to shield themselves from rejection and criticism. You know a man is falling in love when he starts sharing more of his vulnerabilities with you. Just don’t expect him to go on and on about his feelings. When a guy does open up it will probably be short and sweet and then it may not happen again for awhile.
Additionally, pressuring a guy into telling you how he feels never works. A man will withdraw when he feels he is being pushed. Once or twice may not hurt, but if you make a pattern of trying to force a man into confessing his feelings for you, you may drive him away permanently.
In today’s society women are much more dominant than in times past. You may be used to using aggressive behavior to get the things you want out of life. That is a great strategy in every other area of life, but it doesn’t usually work very well with men. Men have an innate need to pursue, to conquer, and to protect. When men are denied this role, it often leads to confusion about his role in the relationship. Remember, this has nothing to do with a man feeling that he is in any way better than you. It’s just the way most men operate.
In summary, you can make a man fall in love by using both physical and emotional attraction. Allow him to be the aggressor since that is his natural tendency. You can still maintain your independence while letting him lead the relationship in a direction and at a pace that is comfortable for him.