Even if a man is attracted to a woman or even says he loves her, chances are he still feels something is missing. . .
How she can trigger a man's hero instinct to deepen his feelings for her...
His Hero Instinct And Why It Matters
She finally breaks down and explains her desire to feel romanced and pursued by him.
But he acts like she’s being unreasonable, demanding she name one thing that’s missing from the relationship.
So she gives him an example...
“It would be nice to go on a date or get flowers once in a while. Just simple things like that.”
The next day, he brings her flowers.
But the magic of this gesture is missing. Because it doesn’t feel special to receive flowers when she had to ask for them.
It’s kind of like that with men, only with a completely different sort of relationship need…
He will only feel like her hero when he reads admiration between the lines of what she actually says and does.
It's not just that men crave admiration. It's that most men can't sustain that "in love" feeling without it.
Nothing kills a man’s attraction faster than a relationship where he doesn’t feel needed.
If he doesn’t feel needed and doesn't see himself as a provider, he feels like less of a man; emasculated.
And that turns off his romantic drive.
So what it all comes down to is this…
She needs to trigger his hero instinct.
The hero instinct is a subconscious drive to gravitate toward people who make him feel like a hero. But it’s amplified in his romantic relationships.
When a woman understands this strange desire and knows how to trigger a man's hero instinct, she'll be astonished by what happens next.
He'll become so loving, so attentive, so much more interested in a committed, long-term relationship, that she'll never want things to go back to the way they were.
The fact is, women don't need someone to rescue them. Especially in this day and age. Yet, here's the ironic truth...
Men DO still need someone to "rescue".
And even though we both know today's modern woman is strong, independent, and perfectly capable on her own, it doesn't erase a man's need to feel like a provider.
This one tiny difference in male and female genetics creates a BIG difference in what attracts men to the opposite sex.
He feels drawn to any woman who allows him to step into the role of a hero.
Because his instincts naturally cause him to thirst for that social role, and it triggers attraction at a subconscious level.
He can't help it.
Most women don't have that effect on him, and he'll gladly go to the ends of the earth to protect the happiness of those who do.
So, how does a woman make a man feel like a hero?
Does she have to engineer some kind of scenario where he has to save kids from a burning house or a little old lady from getting hit by a car?
Does she have to give up her independence, act completely helpless, or grudgingly regress back to 1950’s gender roles to make her man feel needed in the relationship?
Of course not! It’s actually a lot simpler than that.
To make a man feel like a hero, there’s one easy thing she can do starting right now:
She can thank him warmly for every single thing he does for her.
Did he offer to get her a drink?
Did he clear the dishes off the table?
Did he drive her to a meeting?
He’s a hero to her every day, even though she may not see it like that.
Has he “rescued her”—metaphorically speaking—any time in the last week?
Maybe he dropped everything to help her.
Maybe he was there when she needed a sounding board.
Maybe his advice helped her make a difficult decision.
We tend to take those things for granted. We expect it.
It numbs us to the actual miracle of having someone to rely on.
Now, that’s not how most people think.
Most women think they can earn a man’s appreciation by doing lots of things for him.
They’ve got it backwards.
Rather than exhausting herself by constantly bending over backwards for him, the best way to earn a man’s appreciation is to appreciate everything he does for her, no matter how little.
It triggers his "Hero Instinct".
Reward the little things he does, and she'll find her man striving more and more to please her.
He's her hero.
And that's what heroes do.
But that's just the beginning. There's so much more she can do to trigger his hero instinct.
There are phrases she can say, texts she can send, and little requests she can use to attract a man and trigger his hero instinct much more powerfully than just saying thanks.
And because most men find it hard to resist a woman who makes him feel like a hero, it’s worth learning a few of these emotional trigger points.
If that sounds like fun, click here to watch an exciting new video where relationship expert James Bauer shows women exactly how to use the hero instinct to deepen a man’s feelings for her.
It’s something she can learn once, but then use for the rest of her life.
Here’s the link again:
How She Can Trigger A Man’s Hero Instinct To Amplify His Love For Her
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