Loyalty is something almost all people look for in their partners, but sadly, in this day in age faithful can be hard to get.

Sadly infidelity is more common than anything else lately, and according to a study done in 2016, 41 percent of married couples actually admit to being unfaithful. When it comes to relationships, looking for the signs is really one of the only ways to tell if things are going well or not.

If your guy has the following things down, chances are he will always be faithful:

He likes your friends.

He likes your friends, and in a relationship that can be a hard thing to find.

He puts your relationship over his friendships.

None of his friendships come before his relationship with you.

He keeps his promises.

He will always do whatever he can to make sure his word is good. If he doesn’t that shows that you can’t trust him, and when you can’t trust someone infidelity is bound to happen.

He does not push his limits.

He knows the things can lead to infidelity, and does not allow himself to be in those situations.

He does not get close to female co-workers.

He steers clear of female coworkers, because he knows that simple friendship can lead to so much more. This is especially true when emotions come into play.

He does not reach out to his exes.

When a man loves you the past will lay itself to rest in the past. He does not communicate with people he used to be in relationships with!

He is open with you.

There are no secrets when it comes to you! He is open and honest even if the situation could get sticky.

He loves being intimate with you.

There is a deep physical and emotional connection between the two of you.

He doesn’t need compliments to be happy.

He knows you care about him even when times are rough.

He treats the finances as equal and does not control them.

He likes to work together to set financial goals and go over bills. He does not hold money over your head, and you are both treated as equals.

He will not flirt with other people.

You are the only person he flirts with.

He admits his faults.

He knows his weaknesses and is not ashamed of them.

He uses ‘we’ rather than ‘me.’

You are included in his future.

Your family is just as important to him as his because it is important to you.

Leave a Reply