Being too accommodating in a relationship

22 Feb

It seems to be working well, so he might then think, when he attempts to ask her out on a date or suggest having a relationship? If she enjoys being around him and appreciates his nice behavior, why doesn’t she want to have a sexual relationship with him? If you focus on being nice to a woman and end up being too nice to her, it simply creates feelings of friendly affection towards you, not sexual attraction.Read the dictionary definitions below to see the difference."Too nice" is the person who is afraid to set boundaries. "Too nice" is the person who I used to be (and still am, sometimes).When I reflect back on my life and my various relationships -- with men, with friends, with family, and even with some co-workers, I can now see how being "too nice" was my way of staying safe, of avoiding conflict, and of remaining emotionally intact.’This unsolved mystery has stumped me for years until now. There are several contributing factors that place Nice Guys in dating purgatory.

"Too nice" is the person who doesn't like to ruffle feathers.

In fact, a 2010 review of research suggests that women who showed high people-pleasing tendencies (psychologists call it sociotropy) were more likely to feel stress and depression.

It stands to reason: "Saying yes all the time can really zap your mood; it can also make you feel resentful and over-committed," says Simon Rego, Psy D, director of psychology training at Montefiore Medical Center in New York City.

Now, don’t get me wrong, every woman probably likes it a first.

Every woman wants to feel like she’s the most important thing in a man’s life.