6 Underestimated Qualities of a Good Man

Are You Looking for a Good Man?

There are a lot of good men being passed over these days because they don’t have the exciting and popular qualities many women look for—good looks, confidence, success etc. However, these same men have a ton of underestimated qualities that are just as good (if not better) than the qualities commonly desired. Here are the six underestimated qualities of a good man:

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Family-Oriented

I’m not talking about a guy who still lives with his parents. I think we can all agree that that isn’t a desirable quality. I’m talking about a guy who loves his family and gets along well with them. I’m talking about a guy who has a great relationship with his mother. If he loves his mother, there’s a good chance he respects and adores women and will treat them well. If you find a guy who’s family oriented, you’ve found a good man.

Humble

Humility is a good thing, and sometimes it means not showing off or trying to outshine others. Many women find themselves attracted to aggressive, competitive men who actively engage in public displays of masculinity. Well, you won’t find that kind of behavior with a humble man. Humble men are more likely to admit they’re wrong when they’ve made a mistake or when they’ve hurt you. They’re more likely to be understanding and compassionate.

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Boring

A good man may seem boring, bu he’s actually stable. He’ll appreciate the security, friendship and companionship a long-term relationship with you provides. You may think you want the up and down roller-coaster ride you get with a bad boy, but that bad boy is also more likely to cheat on you than the so-called boring man.

Nice

Nice guys finish last in the game of love, but it shouldn’t be that way. Sometimes the attentive and responsive nature of a nice guy is misconstrued as overbearing. It seems like they don’t give women enough alone time or personal space. But many of these same women who want a long-term relationship want a man who is attentive and caring. It feels like a double-edged sword for a good man.

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Generous

Guys who give without expectation of anything in return are often taken advantage of. They are also seen as desperate and this level of generosity can make a woman suspicious or make her feel smothered. Is he trying to buy her affection? Is he using his generosity to cover up a major character flaw? Maybe he’s just a good man who’s trying to make you happy.

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Introverted

An extroverted woman might not be interested in an introverted man. She may think he is shy and quiet, when it’s more likely that he’s thoughtful. Just because someone doesn’t like to be the center of attention and just because they prefer to listen rather than speak, it doesn’t mean they’re undesirable. If you’re looking for a good man, consider an introvert.

Never underestimate the “bad” qualities of a truly good man.

25 thoughts on “6 Underestimated Qualities of a Good Man

  1. mmdirtnerd@gmail.com

    Haha..it’s a very capricious situation. .trying to figure out “genuinely good”..faults or otherwise. .

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  2. Marc from the UK

    Well Here I am ladies!!! the good Bloke from little ol England 🙂 Oops too far to travel ! Great article as always, Eric you must of qualified to write the Holy Bible in your previous life. You are so wise and grounded. A gift to this site.

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  3. cherr

    interesting and accurate. Good man are out there and we sometimes have them and take them for granted. Reading this article reminded me that I have a GOOOOD man. Thanks.

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  4. GEMINI

    Thank you Yvonne for your article. There are so many things to look out for in the game and
    I do stress “GAME.” I am totally burned out with dating I am going to concentrate on me and retire. It is just to complicated.

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  5. Lucille

    Hi

    I’ve been with a guy for 3 years and a bit now. My birth dates the 18/10/77, his the 20/06/82.
    Things have been difficult, will things get better?

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  6. Laura

    It’s definitely about the person’s spirit and heart. Looks are fading and just an exterior. Souls connect and find one another.
    Love lasts forever. Send out the love, it’ll come back to you. Many blessings.

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  7. Kim

    We don’t always have extra money either but its not about how much money he makes. We have 2 kids and he works his butt off to pay for everything so that I can sit at home and raise our girls. Even though there’s not always much left over, thats just 1 of the many things that makes him a good man.

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  8. Kim

    I have a good man and these do sound pretty true, I mean each person is different. And just because good men are alright with not being the center of attention (because you’re the center of their attention) doesn’t mean they don’t want your attention. So when you find that good man, don’t take him granted just like we women don’t like being taken for granted. I used to like bad boys too before I met my husband. To the women who like the thrill of it: remember that even with a good man there will still be disagreements from time to time, its human. But because its a good man you’re disagreeing with, he’s more willing to talk with you about it so it will get smoothed over. And it won’t be arguments because he cheated or anything like that. So even with a good man, its not always just a breeze, but its still so so much better. If you’re single, just start givin good men a try, what do u have to lose? I’m truly glad I left all those other men alone and accepted my good man in my life 🙂

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  9. Gina Rose ext.9500Gina Rose ext.9500

    Hi Eric…..loved this article…..so true !!!!!

    Hope your summer is going well.

    Blessed Be )O(
    Gina Rose ext.9500

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  10. Psychic Fiona ext 5178

    Response to Jossie – What if he doesn’t have a job?

    It depends. If he’s a nuclear physicist and he got laid off, he’s employable, and he’ll find another job. On the other hand, if he’s just looking for a woman to support him and his vibes radiate “poor me” all the time, take off running. I’d bet the last thing you need is a man-child with a poverty consciousness.

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  11. Laurie

    I would have to agree with these…especially introverted. I would also add, is an animal lover, because if a man loves, and treats animals well, along with loving his mother, you can hardly go wrong!

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  12. Laurie Thompson

    Single for almost a year now and certainly looking forward to meeting my own introverted man…. Great article, love it.

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  13. Psychic Fiona ext 5178

    A lot of women are attracted to the bad boy type because they challenge them. If you want a long lasting self sustaining relationship, read this article again and again then go out and attract this man. Put yourself out there as a single woman who will only accept a wonderful loving man–he will find you.

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  14. Debbie

    I’m s tired of being a lone I’m so ready to find my soulmate for life I’m so tired of not ever having any money and trying to do everything on my own I want some one who will always be here for me and will always have my back and that I can give them so much love and they can me and we have no money worries and life want be so hard and we can enjoy life to the fullest existent and be happy

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