If you are working towards something that means a lot to you, it's always nice to have someone by yourself who will support you through it.He'll also care, and not be all *whatever* about the things that mean a lot to you.
It’s not that he’s not awesome, it’s just that you’re used to that stomach flip and the element of danger that comes with meeting a guy who’s a complete jerk. You think his kind gestures have an ulterior motive. Remember, no matter how many a-holes you’ve experienced, there are nice guys out there too — this could finally be one of them.
He will be fully present with you, enjoying whatever you guys decide to do, from sitting on the couch and watching a movie, to going out to a bar and having a few drinks. If you're dating or have a massive crush on someone who casually makes comments that put down your accomplishments, or other aspects of yourself, that's a red flag you're dating an a**hole.
The nice guy will never say something that would knowingly hurt you, like putting you down for your weight, a health issue, accomplishments, your beliefs, and other parts of you.
is exciting, a little dangerous, a bit of an a**hole, and we want the challenge of turning them into a good guy. Of course, you have to believe in yourself and have the dedication, but it's definitely much nicer to have support than someone who argues with you or puts your opinions or dreams down.
We want to be able to say he’s ours, that he committed, that he changed for us, and that he treats us like a queen. While some people surely can change, you know just as well as I do that a lot of people do not. Why are you putting yourself through the heartbreak of loving someone who doesn’t treat you the way you deserve to be treated? A nice guy will be supportive and never try and belittle your accomplishments.