by Shikha Desai
If your guy wants to have sex with you tonight, he’d do anything to please you and put you to bed. Don’t let your emotions rule you.
Most men tend to play love games with women at some or the other point in a relationship. If you think it is happening constantly, it’s time to talk it out with your boyfriend.
1. Macho impression
Men usually portray a macho impression in front their woman. They always want to prove that they are fearless and that nothing affects them. But not all guys are super manly; they just wish to show they are. If they truly love you, they may ditch the macho impression to do what you like.
2. You’d look better if…
If your guy constantly tell you that you’d look better if you changes your hairstyle, lost some weight or changes the way you dress up, don’t take it to mind or get depressed. You know what suits you well. If he criticizes you all the time and wants to change every little thing about you, may be it’s time for him to change his relationship status as well.
3. He pretends to love and care
If your guy wants to have sex with you tonight, he’d do anything to please you and put you to bed. Don’t let your emotions rule you. Decide whether he’s genuinely praising you or caring about you or just pretending to do so. If he is always this way, it is not an issue but he’s suddenly caring and loving towards you, there is certainly a motive behind it.
4. Stretching it
If your guy constantly tells you that he loves you but he isn’t ready for a relationship that he is surely playing a game. Guys can do anything to get what they want and they’ll never take it easy. So if you feel he is not into you, ditch him for a better guy.
5. Breakup and patch up
A relationship needs to be stable and you cannot always behave the way you wish to as it involves the other person’s moods and feelings too. If your guy breaks up one moment and patches up the other, either he is too moody or too indecisive and doesn’t know how to handle his emotions. Talk to him about it and let him know that you wish to have some stability in your relationship.
Read this article in Times of India
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