When a Man Loves a Woman


I’m sure that there are many ways in which a man can express his love to a woman. Many of which, I’ve listed below. So whether you’re a woman or a man, I think that we can all agree on one thing—when someone truly and utterly loves you, you’ll never have to question it or second guess it, you’ll just know. The following are some easy ways to know when a man loves a woman.


When a man loves his woman, he’ll not only do anything to win her heart, but he’ll do everything in his power to maintain her love, as well as her trust. When a man loves a woman, he’ll respect her, speak highly of her, and always have her back. He’ll do everything he can to make her smile, and to keep her happy. When a man loves a woman, he’ll never risk losing her under any circumstance. 


When a man loves a woman, he’ll avoid doing things that will cause her pain or discomfort. When a man loves a woman, he’ll avoid doing things that trigger and provoke her, and if anything, he’ll go out of his way to come up with possible resolutions for when she’s upset. When a man loves a woman, he cares about her feelings, and can’t stand to see her cry. When a man truly loves and adores a woman, he’ll want to spend as much time with her as he possibly can. 


When a man loves a woman, he may be obsessed with her, but it will be in a healthy manner, where she feels loved, instead of controlled. When a man loves a woman, he gives her enough freedom for her to feel free, yet still loved and possessed, but again, possessed in a healthy manner. When a man loves a woman, he doesn’t let his jealousy take over. He’s aware of the beauty and the love that he shares with his woman. He would never risk losing her to doing careless actions, because he’ll do anything in his power to keep her by his side. When a man loves a woman, he values her and knows her worth.


When a man loves a woman, he’ll do sweet gestures for her, he’ll be romantic, and he’ll put effort into every little thing that he does. When a man loves a woman, he’ll think of her when he hears music, he’ll reminisce about her throughout his day, and he’ll want to create new memories with her. When a man truly and utterly loves his woman, his woman will feel loved and secure.


Many men feel that they love a woman, but they might be confusing their emotions. They might feel that they love a woman by her becoming distant, which will cause him to long for her, and he might even develop the fear of losing her because of it. Therefore, he may “think” that he loves her. But truth be told, when a man genuinely loves a woman, he won’t need to feel the loss of her, before he appreciates her. When a man truly loves a woman, he’ll appreciate her when he has her, and not merely when she’s gone.


When a man loves a woman, she’ll know it. She’ll know it because his words will be aligned with his actions. A woman will know that her man loves her, because she will see it in his eyes, and in his smile. A woman will know when her man loves her, because she will feel included with his family, his friends, and in all matters of importance. 


A woman will know that her man loves her, because he will bring her in close, instead of causing distance between them. A woman will know when her man loves her, because he will give her attention, affection, and feel the desire for closeness and intimacy with her. A woman will know that her man loves her, because he will desire affection and closeness, even without the goal of having intimacy later. A woman will know that her man loves her, and she’ll never doubt it for a second, when he’s stable, committed, faithful, true to his word, and does all of the above. That is how you’ll know when a man loves a woman.

Anne Cohen

Founder, Owner, Writer, and Editor at Anne Cohen Writes
Anne Cohen is a lifestyle and relationship blogger based in Los Angeles, CA. Her blogs are Anne Cohen and Anne Cohen Writes. She contributes to various publications including The Huffington Post, Elite Daily, and many more. She's passionate about love, writing, chess, and more than anything, her two kids.

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