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And you also say: When he does what I like, I tell him how much I like it. So first off, you want him to do “the little things” because they make you feel amazing when he does them. They feel amazing because he’s the type of man that has more going for himself than just trying to please you constantly.

His attention is valuable because he doesn’t just give it away freely and carelessly. People tend to put value on that which is rare and that which they have to work for- not just in relationships but in all aspects of life.

You would take the behavior for granted and you wouldn’t place much value on it.

You wouldn’t be able to respect him or trust his strength because everything he was doing is based on trying to “win you over”, get your approval or please you.

His sexual orientation isn't suspected initially by the fellow who has responded to his newspaper ad for a new roommate.

Then you say: He should know to do it, I shouldn’t have to tell him.And we don’t value what is just handed to us nearly as much.Think about it: If he was some guy who was obsessed with trying to please you constantly in every way, you would think he was a pushover.Meanwhile, if I were more conscious, I would have done 100 little things during the month and been 100 points ahead.Now I realize that I’m putting this in “relationship nerd” terms, but I’m trying to get across the difference between the genders so that you can understanding him better, appreciate the differences and communicate to him in an effective way.

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