Everyone, regardless of gender, loves getting compliments. Many women, on the other hand, find it difficult to compliment men.
The desire for compliments isn’t limited to women; guys also need them. As for males, it seems to me that they take compliments differently than women.
This is why you should appreciate him differently than your closest friend or family member.
There are numerous characteristics, guys desire to admire and that your loved one may truly enjoy.
1. Compliment About His Expertise and Knowledge
As the saying goes, women believe that “guys know everything.” Even women prefer to be complimented for their intelligence.
However, this in no way means that you should believe him when he says something that you know to be untrue. Consider complimenting him on his knowledge if he explains something you didn’t know before.
2. By Thanking Him
If you’re in a serious relationship with a guy, then this praise is especially suitable for him. It’s important to inform and show your boyfriend or spouse how much he makes you happy as frequently as possible.
3. Gratitude For His Hobby
It’s also a fantastic approach to complement the person you want to appreciate by mentioning his interests. So, for example, you may like someone’s skill, particularly if it’s in an area where he excels.
4. “I Feel Comfortable and Secure With You”
This complement is very well suited for romantic partnerships. Men have a natural desire to defend their female counterparts. It reassures him and makes him pleased when you tell him you feel safe and comfortable with him.
5. Applause for His Masculinity
Generally speaking, all compliments designed for masculinity are well received by men in general. This refers to his powerful appearance as well as his inner characteristics such as bravery directed towards him, which are often praised. As a result of this, the person gains confidence and self-esteem.
6. About His Sense of Humour
Let them know that they have a wonderful sense of humor and that they make you chuckle.
Mention his sense of humor, for example, by saying “You’re always making me laugh” or “You’ve got a wonderful disposition.” A guy always appreciates such praise, as long as it’s appropriate.
7. Appreciation for His Support
What if he holds the door open for you and helps you take your groceries upstairs? Once you’ve done that, thank him for his help. To his delight, this also helps him develop his masculinity.
8. About His Looks And Appearance
Men like hearing comments about their beauty just as much as women do.
In this case, though, a new set of terms must be used. Inappropriate is a phrase such as “You’re very beautiful.” You may, however, compliment him for his fashion sense and hairdo.
Recently, has he been working out and gaining muscular mass? Perfect! Tell him that now that you see it clearly. Almost many guys like hearing told they have a powerful and manly appearance.
9. About His Job
Is there anything about his job that you admire? Then, praise him! It doesn’t matter if the work isn’t outstanding, you should still express your pride.
Women are pursuing professions at an increasing rate but men’s perception of what constitutes a “good job” remains. As a result, congratulate him on his accomplishments and tell him that you are happy for him.
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A man’s face may be brightened by a variety of compliments. However, there is one thing that must be kept in mind: You cannot put all males into one category.
As a result, not all of the compliments mentioned are equally appropriate for every guy.
A good example would be to not compliment your boyfriend’s sense of humor if he has a lot of wonderful traits, but no sense of humor.
In general, all compliments — whether for women or men — must be genuine.
There’s a good chance that our long list includes something that pertains to your spouse as well. Pick the appropriate one and make a guy pleased.
This post was previously published on Hello, Love.
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