Chances are he likes you...
Based on your answers, there’s a good chance he likes you!
Although guys are hard to read sometimes, it’s pretty clear to me that there are romantic feelings under the surface.
You have a level of intimacy that goes beyond just being friends or casual hookups.
That’s the good news.
The bad news is that there’s something holding him back from going all in.
Now is the time to ask yourself the question: What does he really want from a relationship with you?
There’s actually a game-changing new concept in psychology that’s generating a lot of buzz at the moment. Given your situation, it’s something you need to know about.
It’s called the hero instinct.
Simply put, men want to be your hero.
They don’t want to be an action hero like Thor, but an everyday hero to you. He wants to step up to the plate for you in a way no other man can.
This urge is deeply rooted in male biology.
The hero instinct is probably the best kept secret in relationship psychology. And I think it holds the key to a deep and passionate relationship.
Unfortunately, making a man feel like an everyday hero is something many women overlook in the early days of dating.
Watch an excellent free video about the hero instinct below.
(Personalized video recommendation)
I know it sounds kind of silly. In this day and age, women don’t need someone to rescue them. They don’t need a ‘hero’ in their lives.
And I couldn’t agree more.
But here’s the ironic truth. Men do still need to be a hero. Because it’s built into their DNA to seek out relationships that allow them to feel like one.
Based on your answers, making your man feel like your everyday hero will unleash his protective instincts towards you. Most importantly, it will unleash his deepest feelings of attraction.
What’s the best way to do this?
There are phrases you can say, texts you can send, and little requests you can use to trigger this very natural male instinct.
To learn how to trigger the hero instinct in your guy, check out this free video by James Bauer. He’s the relationship psychologist who discovered the hero instinct in men.
Some ideas are life changing. And when it comes to getting your man to seriously like you, this is one of them.