In the beginning of a relationship, it’s all sunshine and rainbows. You get that butterflies in the stomach feeling all the time but as time progresses, things change and the same intensity of emotion is hard to maintain. It takes struggle and hardship to keep your relationship alive. Guys who are really serious about you and are in head over heels in love with you will mature into someone who will be enough for the both of you. Their immature boyish attitude will transform into one of a Real man. On the other hand, guys who were never serious about you to begin with will never show these signs and they will leave you early on in the relationship.
1. Physical appearance starts to matter less
When you’re truly in love with someone, there is a much deeper connection than a physical urge. You accept them for who they are and you see them through a different lens than the world.
This may all sound nonsensical to you but it’s true. Looks matter in this materialistic world, they do. People do consider them a measure to approach people. But when you really like someone and there is no element of lust there, you tend to find attractiveness somewhere. Love is all about finding something beautiful in someone and treasuring it. It does not care for bodily imperfections.
Guys who are serious about their girlfriend always notice the little details. They look for something to compliment. If you have worn a new dress or you have spent a lot time to look good for your guy, he will definitely notice it and he will compliment you.
2. The urge to brag lessens
In the beginning of a relationship, most couples tend to post everything on social media and most guys brag about their girlfriend in front of their friends. “Hey dude, check out my girlfriend, isn’t she something?’’
However, when guys get serious about you, they know that you’re not just some prize off a trophy shelf. They know that you are much more than that to them. They start to consider you as some priceless gift which they just want to keep for themselves for the rest of their lives.