Every compliment is welcome for both women and men. If you want to make sure you make your partner happy, it's good to know what men like to hear. It is important for a stable and happy relationship that both parties are satisfied and feel fulfilled.
Women are not the only ones who like to hear a compliment and have their partner praise them for their beautiful appearance. Everyone loves to hear something nice about themselves because it strengthens their confidence and feels good in their body.
What do men really like to hear most? Many studies have been conducted and it is concluded that there are things men always like to hear a positive word or a compliment.
Hair is said to be a trademark of many women, but even men are not immune to their hair. Likewise, when you praise their hairstyle or if they have no hair, you tell them that it is good for them and when they are shaved.
Men like to hear when you praise their face, whether it's eyes or perhaps lips. Just as women love to hear a compliment about their appearance, men will feel better if you say what you love about them. Remember to praise their look.
Although more than men are not expected to be knights on a white horse, it is no stranger to how many of them still like to feel strong and can protect the woman they love. Remind them sometimes how strong they are and how you like the feeling that you can always rely on them.
Men love when a woman laughs at their joke and praises them for being humorous. So you show that you care about him and that you listen to him. Communication is important in every relationship because without it it is impossible to imagine a stable relationship that will withstand all the problems.
As much as it is believed that only women put the most in the look, and this means carefully chosen fashion details, men also look out for which shirt to wear, pants, jacket.
Compliment their fashion choices and tell them if you like the fashion outfit they chose for the day. Men and women may be different, but it is clear that there are many touch points.
Author: S.Š., Photo: CURAphotography / Shutterstock