Ladies, how rare is it to find a man that makes you feel safe? and men, how do you try to make a woman feel safe?

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  • Feeling safe and secure is an important aspect of any relationship, and it requires effort and commitment from both partners.

    For men, there are several ways to make a woman feel safe:

    1. Be reliable: Consistency is key when it comes to building trust and security in a relationship. Be reliable and follow through on your commitments, whether it's showing up on time for a date or being there for your partner during a difficult time.

    2. Listen actively: Listening is an important part of communication, and it's important to listen actively to your partner's concerns, fears, and needs. Show empathy and understanding, and offer support and guidance when needed.

    3. Be respectful: Treat your partner with respect and kindness, and avoid belittling or dismissing their feelings or perspectives. Create a safe and welcoming environment where your partner feels heard and valued.

    4. Communicate openly: Communication is key in any relationship, and it's important to be able to communicate openly and honestly with your partner. Share your own feelings and concerns, and encourage your partner to do the same.

    5. Show affection: Physical and emotional affection can help create a sense of safety and security in a relationship. Offer hugs, kisses, and other forms of physical touch, and express your love and appreciation verbally.

    It's worth noting that feeling safe and secure in a relationship is a two-way street, and requires effort and commitment from both partners. It's important to work together to build a relationship that is supportive, respectful, and fulfilling for both parties.

    Take it from me as a guy that to make a woman feel safe is to make sure you are there and attentive to her and protect her. Make sure she is listened to and valued and appreciated along to know she is secure of the relationship and the person who vows to commit to her and feel the warmth upon the touch you both share will let a woman feel and to become aware that a man is true to her and words cannot describe of the security his lady already has the notion she is comforted and safe within his touch, warmth, voice, and life.

Most Helpful Guy

  • Achieving safety in one another is a mutual goal and achievement for me
    and my fiancee. Neither of us buy into
    the conventional masculine and feminine
    theatrics played for a sense of false security.

    Understanding and sharing the same
    belief of mutual relationship requirements kills jealousy and
    the need to feel a false security
    that has men and women acting
    out in certain scripted ways.

Most Helpful Girls

  • I’ve only met one guy who made me feel that way.
    I always felt like it was my job to watch out for the people around me. I always felt protective of my friends, male & female. I like looking after people. I also used to feel like the only person who would ever have my back was me.
    When I met the last guy I dated. He made me feel like nothing bad could happen when he was around. It kind of took the pressure off. It wasn’t that I didn’t feel protective of him too, but he had this way of making me feel like he had everything under control.
    Even before anything happened between us, he’d walk into the room and I’d immediately feel a thousand times better.

    • Are you stil with him?

    • @McGrill No. Not because anything went wrong. It just wasn’t the right time.

    • Ohhh. Are you single rn?

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  • Why would I need a man to make me feel safe? I'm quite capable of taking care of myself without a man making me feel "safe". If I want a man it's for other reasons.

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What Girls & Guys Said

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  • Simply by not making her feel unsafe. I don't "make a move", I just wait patiently, enjoying her company. My patience is not infinite, but I don't rush it. I've never had to wait long.

  • Women feel safe because they believe that I protect them, in reality, I do not, and in case of imminent danger, I will not hesitate to leave them alone.

    • HAHAHAHAH

  • I found a man that made me feel safe but I left him again. :(

  • When a girl is with me she should feel comfortable, easy and safe as I'm very caring, listening, romantic and respectful guy towards a girl. ☺️

  • I just let her know that I’ll do whatever it takes to keep her safe. If somebody tries to mug us I’ll handle it

  • I found my wife she keeps me safe she is a freak but I feel safe with her

  • Different women want different forms of safety,

  • Nunchucks. Nothing makes a lady feel safer than a guy with nunchucks

  • It is my understanding that, in general, women don't want a man to make them feel safe. The most prolific message women have sent men over the last 3 - 4 decades is that they don't need a man and certainly don't need one to make them feel safe. Men have simply taken that message to heart.

    Now, if you women actually DO want men to make you feel safe, you have a bit of a PR nightmare on your hands.