I admit it's hard when Im very attracted to a woman. However your correct that being to nice isn't good. While checking out this article at the Frisky about a guy who claims that the women only like jerks, then goes on to actually BE a jerk, it dawned on me that I’ve heard a lot of women also complain that they are “too nice” to guys, often followed by the complaint that they don’t get out of the relationship what they put in. I immediately wonder if they’re objectively “too nice” to guys or really feeling resentful about being taken advantage of, or both.Men are incredibly generous creatures when they are appreciated and feel like they can succeed at making you happy.Showing how happy he’s made you when he does the little things, often leads to him doing much bigger things.Sometimes all it takes is you making sure he knows how much you appreciate it, and not being the first one to give all the time. Her popular program Ex Attraction Formula, has helped hundreds of women reunite with their men.Also, if you’re giving only with the hope of receiving, that’s ugly and you know it. She is thrilled to have helped so many people reignite the spark in their relationships.
If you’re with someone who really cares, you might be suprised to notice that he steps up his game a little bit. Do a feelings check on yourself while you’re pulling back. Are you giving all the time but never letting yourself receive?A great guy will be able to express disappointment and that he'll miss you.A jerk in disguise will pout and give you a cold shoulder or a guilt trip for choosing someone else over him.” If he's buying you lavish gifts that totally don't fit your look, there might be reason to question his motives.Usually the compliments are vague and copy and paste. There usually isn't another motive other than to make the woman feel appreciated. So I to tend to not really pay to much attention to overly nice and being complementary towards me as it's rubbish.Like you say a comment here and there is nice and I think it's a good thing if it's genuine. For me nice guys do come across desperate and overly keen. I'd love a nice guy but the nice guys I have dated are to overwhelming at the beginning of dating. Tirelessly focused on helping people improve their love lives, her work has been featured on EHarmony Blog, Your Tango, Thought Catalog, Mogul, Fox News Magazine, Ravishly, Femalista, Popsugar, Read Unwritten, Medium and many more.We’ve all encountered him: the self-proclaimed “nice” guy who suddenly reveals himself to be a needy narcissist, jealous jerk, or passive-aggressive, entitled player.“If he has a pattern of strained, negative, or disconnected relationships with other women, but claims to adore you, proceed with caution," says Hanks. Failure to express other emotions can be a major warning sign.“Excessive niceness can be a cover for a lack of a secure sense of self and emotionally neediness,” Hanks says.But if he’s constantly keeping tabs on you, “That could be a sign of jealousy and insecurity—even if he couches it in the name of love,” Hanks says.If he treats other women in his life poorly, or speaks about them disrespectfully, that’s a clear indicator that there’s likely a jerk lurking under that nice exterior.