When you're dating a guy and considering getting serious, you may want to know whether he cares about you. Men are completely different from women when it comes to sharing their feelings. But when a man cares about you, he will typically show certain signs. Do your homework on your guy to see if he is showing the signs that can ease your mind and tell you he really cares.
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When a man cares about you, he will show you affection. He may be intimate with you and give you hugs and kisses to show his appreciation for you. He may also send you flowers or take note of things that you like as well as your interests. He may plan things for the two of you to do based on those interests.
Men will also take an interest in your life when they care about you. They tend to want to know more about how you're doing, how your day was and various aspects of your life. When a man cares about you, he will also act like a support system and will be there for you when you need him.
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When a man cares about you, he will tend to want to introduce you to his family and friends. This is a sure sign that he cares about you, because it means that he wants the people he cares about in his life to get to know you. This is also a sign that he is getting serious about you.
If he wants to spend time with you, this is also a good sign that he cares about you. He may ask you to go out to dinner, to the movies or on a really romantic date that he has planned to woo you. Or he will find excuses to see you and be around you. If he has a busy schedule, he will still try to make time to see you or at least call you, even if he is tired. That's also a good sign that he not only cares about you but that he is really into you.
If a man acts like a gentleman and opens doors, doesn't let you pick up the tab and really tries to make you feel special, these are all signs that he cares about you. Also, if he takes care of you, this is a sign that he cares about you. For example, he may bring over some chicken noodle soup if you're sick, or try to make you feel better about a bad day at work by taking you out on a special date.