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You Can Make A Man Stay - Stroke His Ego

When asked about why a man left a relationship, the response is rather shocking and yet, could be a simple fix. Learn what made him leave and how to get him back.
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Most men leave a relationship for the same reason and it usually isn’t because of bad cooking. When asked about why a man left a relationship, the response is rather shocking and yet, could be a simple fix. Learn what made him leave and how to get him back with this furtive piece of advice.

When a guy feels unappreciated and like he’s failing at making his girlfriend happy, he’s going to want a way to fulfill his desire to be needed. The need I’m talking about is the need to make the one he loves happy. When a guy feels like all his efforts are going to waste, he’s going to try to break out of that relationship to get into one where he is able to fulfill that need.

The importance of understanding this concept is astronomical because it’s the difference between making it through a breakup/preventing a breakup and ruining any chance of getting the guy you love back. It’s easy. All you have to do is let him know how happy he makes you. Even if he messes up one of his attempts to make you happy (like burning the romantic dinner he was trying to make), let him know you appreciate his attempts.

When you belittle or make a man feel like he’s no able to make you happy, you’re essentially creating a wedge that could lead to breakup. If you don’t want that, rectify your mistake by allowing him to see how happy he makes you. Learn more tips here: http://www.howtomakeaguyfallinlovewithyou.com

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