7 needs men have to fall in love with you


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  • Bianca B
    Bianca B  13 hours back

    1st off once again you are illogical: there are men who drive crazy and his 1st Gf was annoyed at how reckless he drives so this situation is not black and white, Jesus man

    • heidi lossius
      heidi lossius  4 days back

      you are clever but.. you er en to reccommend to end a lot og relationship.. if i thought like you.. we wouldnt have passed eachothers tests.. he s introvert .. i must push him.. now we are fine.. he is also into power .. likes to make me angry .. fight on sms regularly ..! stimulating .. freedom ..probably

      • Andrea
        Andrea  5 days back

        A better response to traffic is to say nothing. Because it happens, even dingy simple women should know this.

        She sounds dim and fake and the girlfriend just sounds self centered.

        • Tania Richter
          Tania Richter  2 weeks back

          THERE IS NO NEED FOR words sometimes when 2 HEARTS combined that is all you need. And LIFE will fall into place.😜

          • Tina LamarDion
            Tina LamarDion  2 weeks back

            Ohh Matt your wife is so lucky to have you.
            My idiot of a boyfriend says life is pain each time he hurts me.

            • LoveRubix
              LoveRubix  2 weeks back

              What the fuck. That alligator scared me.

              • Jihan masritaraboulsi
                Jihan masritaraboulsi  2 weeks back

                Why won't my love contact me...

                • Clarissa Romero
                  Clarissa Romero  2 weeks back

                  That alligator scared me! 😂😂

                  • Mindy Gable
                    Mindy Gable  3 weeks back

                    As women I feel like we have to switch gears so fast when Men go from 100% full throttle giving us all their attention and love and then they pull away. What is the best advise on how to deal with the transition on behavior. I’m learning to let him have his time but it’s emotionally difficult. I can do it because I understand it but is not easy.

                    • Aluna Oracle
                      Aluna Oracle  3 weeks back

                      “Men don’t want to hurt women”
                      Where are all these dreams you’re selling?

                      • Linda Gibson
                        Linda Gibson  4 weeks back

                        i really like matts talks great information and examples of what he’s talking about

                        • Jennifer Valdez
                          Jennifer Valdez  1 months back

                          Hey I have question ... what if u don’t feel the same from the past like all lovey but still together , there’s time we argue but we laugh about it .. then times I get annoyed whatever I hate him for doing something that annoys me ... how do u fix that ?

                          • Magic of life • Лигейя

                            This guy who I cut it off with the other day, was absolutely ok with hearing me cry. From the very beginning where he hurt me, to the very end. He never ever said a comforting word. Instead, he just said, It's all your fault, blame your tears solely on you!
                            It was one of the reasons I knew we wouldn't make it together. He never cared.

                            I like the idea Men would rather have their arm chewed off by an alligator than make a woman cry....but it doesn't work with some types.

                            • Dolores Olivaria
                              Dolores Olivaria  1 months back

                              All of the things that are listed seem accurate but what about older people who want to date or have a partner 50+

                              • melissa Dotson
                                melissa Dotson  2 months back

                                I don't know if my boyfriend wants to be with me. How can I tell if he does?

                                • Carolinablue Bear
                                  Carolinablue Bear  2 months back

                                  How about being in relationships that are in a cycle of on & off due to the guy’s deep seeded trust and insecurity issues. Can HE sabotage things (somewhat subconsciously) to protect himself although he actually does love u and want the relationship? ... OR.. he’s just a di*k with unfortunate mental health disorders who will never be able to foster a healthy attachment? Please advise

                                  • Graham Dore
                                    Graham Dore  2 months back

                                    I think that a really important step in falling in love, one that has to be overcome in order for a man to feel secure in the relationship, is feeling that they understand you. they understand how you operate and why you react to things the way you do, how you process the world. If you feel that your partner understands you it alleviates feeling fear that you might be misunderstood and judged and possibly end up hurting them with your actions more which all only cause more insecurity. Feeling like people understand and accept you as you are is crucial. If they can support you in your personal growth, leaving enough individual space so as not to manipulate it, that's even better. Also, communicating this understanding and acceptance is very helpful for feeling secure in the relationship

                                    • D. Zaster
                                      D. Zaster  2 months back

                                      I work hard to keep myself looking good, and so many men don't seem to think it matters. They say it doesn't matter so they don't have to lift a finger, while I work my ass off over it. I'm not attracted to them and it's not supposed to matter? I have a real issue with this attitude.

                                      • Kathy Hayes-Bromley
                                        Kathy Hayes-Bromley  2 months back

                                        Every time I listen to Matthew Boggs, I hear myself in my head, my man does this, my man does that, that is exactly how my man would react, my man says that
                                        So does my man read a lot about relationships or does he watch these videos?
                                        How is it this man of mine is seemingly so perfect
                                        We been talking for not quite six months and he told me he has no flaws. Other than that comment in and of itself, I'm inclined to agree with him after watching Matthew Boggs' videos

                                        • moon child420
                                          moon child420  2 months back

                                          Age is a big one these days. Look at R kelly...he can't fall in love with any girl over the age of 15.

                                          • nina elle
                                            nina elle  2 months back

                                            How can I get my ex back

                                            • Michelle B
                                              Michelle B  2 months back

                                              Thank you so much for this amazing free gift of helping us love ourselves completely with this 21 day exercise. I love it! You really bring so much positivity to our lives and really help us to get better!

                                              • Brytanika Gonzalez
                                                Brytanika Gonzalez  2 months back

                                                Matt boggs, you have completely helped not only change my relationship but my life. I have been with my boyfriend for 8 years and it was rocky , we both made mistakes hurt each other in the past. The communication started to fade our sex life diminished. It wasn't until 5 days ago that I decided to start watching your videos and following your advice that our relationship took an unexpected turn for the better. Not only did you help me grow as a woman, you helped save my relationship. We were at war with one another and our relationship felt like it was irretrievably broken. Now that I've taken your advice and started to understand my love better as a man and myself as a woman, we are happier then we've been in years. He has started to change himself because I have. Our sex life is amazing again and he looks at me with the look of love and contentment that he once did. I'm also growing so much, I'm not a funny woman by far but now im finding myself making him laugh and it's just so awesome to see that I can now give him such positive feelings of love. This positivity that you have created is amazing and when used correctly works to strengthen relationships and understand one another better so thank you so much Matt for saving my relationship and giving me and my love the best gift of love and understanding.

                                                • niki Gran
                                                  niki Gran  2 months back

                                                  Men want to provide “? Really? How little you know men...I’ve lost track of how many men have asked me to provide for them

                                                  • Brenda Aguirre
                                                    Brenda Aguirre  3 months back


                                                    • Eden Hershkovitz
                                                      Eden Hershkovitz  3 months back

                                                      I feel that my man loves me but somtimes he make me down for example if i share with somthing on facebook and he not doing like on that or comment , or that we walking on the street and he buy somthing he dont really asking me if i want somthing also. He is not cheap , i feel that he doing that beacuse somtimes he is inside his bubble and he making feel that he dont really know what he want in a relationship

                                                      • Carla Rivera
                                                        Carla Rivera  3 months back

                                                        You're awesomeee

                                                        • Jackie Taylor
                                                          Jackie Taylor  3 months back

                                                          I just wanted to comment and say I liked your video it was concise it was real it wasn't Jenneke about what a woman has to do to get a man rather do just a video on what one human has to realize with another human being good job

                                                          • Jessica Schlienz
                                                            Jessica Schlienz  3 months back

                                                            When u are falling for someone quicker than they fall for you, and they have pulled away knowing this. What then? Is it over? Is there a way to fix this?

                                                            • Rachel510126
                                                              Rachel510126  3 months back

                                                              Thank you, Mathew, for this video! Wow that really opened my eyes and really got to know more of what the guy wants. Especially this tip, "he needs to feel like he could live his purpose with you." I never thought of that in the way you explained it so thank you again.

                                                              • Susan Elliott
                                                                Susan Elliott  3 months back

                                                                How does he make any money? I love his videos but have not paid anything! UK Fan

                                                                • Rita G. Bowman
                                                                  Rita G. Bowman  3 months back

                                                                  I have been in a long distance relationship (Michigan/Mississippi) for 5 months. We have been together only twice during that time, and the major roadblock for him is income. I have been divorced for 20 years and lived the high life. I have 3 college degrees, am now retired and am financially stable. He, on the other hand, has been divorced for a years and a half. Is that a red flag? I was married 23 years, he 35 years. We communicate via texts and phone calls everyday. He is kind, funny, sexy, intelligent, fit ... a gentleman. Based on your videos, we have what it takes to make this work. BTW, I'm a young 69, and he's 57. You're probably thinking he's looking for a sugar mama, but that's not it. His finances are complicated, and I know he needs to feel grounded in that area of his life before we can proceed. I guess my question is ... how much time and effort should I put into this relationship? I'm trying to be patient, which is a virtue I don't possess. I have never met anyone like him. Trust me, I have a life, and I love myself. I'm a tap and jazz dancer, have great friends, travel. He's the only thing missing. Your advice would be helpful ... and not just "how to make a long distance relationship work." I know what it takes, but I'm not sure if we're headed in the right direction. Living in the moment is fine when it comes to my life, but living in the moment isn't easy when he and I are not together.

                                                                  • happy2
                                                                    happy2  3 months back

                                                                    What do you do with loneliness, when you do your goals and are selective about the right person that it should go as smooth as silk?

                                                                    • Petra Kavradjieva
                                                                      Petra Kavradjieva  3 months back

                                                                      Mat, do you believe in the statement "the right people in the wrong time" or it is just a bullshit?

                                                                      • Sarah Guab
                                                                        Sarah Guab  4 months back

                                                                        I think all the examples he gave are total bs.

                                                                        • Susan Kukic
                                                                          Susan Kukic  4 months back

                                                                          Thank you for sharing your unique and helpful perspectives. I truly enjoy how you are transforming yourself as you help to transform others. It's quite beautiful and right!

                                                                          • Ms Writer
                                                                            Ms Writer  4 months back

                                                                            Matte your good enough . No cartoon needed .it seems awkward

                                                                            • Eny Khuroidah
                                                                              Eny Khuroidah  4 months back

                                                                              I need help...I had been 7 years together with my man..I love him very much...then last December he is told me he is in love to another woman..and the woman leave him for another guy...he is suffer,he is do everything to get back that woman...my question is do I have chance to do this 7 steps to make him in love to me?

                                                                              • Irene Johnson
                                                                                Irene Johnson  4 months back

                                                                                Hi. I have a question? What if your talking to a man who once was married day for more than thirty years, his wife dies. At first he seems interested in you, then he seems not interested anymore, but he keeps the chain of communication opens. He's asking you questions, asking for advise from you. Sometimes he seems like he's coming around ( not in the sense of visiting you). Sometimes he texts, then stops. Then starts up again. Please tell me what's happening, cause I'm getting mixed signals.

                                                                                • Laura Olsen
                                                                                  Laura Olsen  4 months back

                                                                                  is somewhere u suggest that we can both go

                                                                                  • Phoenix Layne
                                                                                    Phoenix Layne  4 months back

                                                                                    At 59 yrs old...this is ALL GREAT ADVICE! BUT, I need to know how to "HEAL from DOMESTIC VIOLENCE" in not 1 marriage, but 2....Looks like my plan to be alone until I die is my only answer. I have NEVER had a man treat me like what you are talking about...I have cried listening to several of these videos. THANK YOU for giving suh GREAT ADVICE to these younger ladies. I PRAY it keeps them in the right lane & not off course.

                                                                                    • Aida Adem
                                                                                      Aida Adem  4 months back

                                                                                      What I want to know is how do I get his attention all the time

                                                                                      • Nancy Bennett
                                                                                        Nancy Bennett  4 months back

                                                                                        I was married for 37 years. My husband wanted a divorce and married a family friend. I've been divorced 10 years. I have not met anyone I have wanted to date seriously on a dating site. When you are 64, you have baggage, they have baggage. I really feel as if I am not going to meet anyone on a dating site. I usually take the initiative to engage with a man on a site if they write well and have interests we share. The ones that are interested in me have taken someone else's identity or they have beards down to their chest and no shirt on. I really want to meet someone that shares some of my interests and we have chemistry when we meet. Even though I am older, I still want that physical intimacy. Maybe I am asking for too much. The sand in the hour glass in moving very fast now to the bottom. I don't feel the need to get married now. I have many interests and girl friends that I enjoy their company but I do want a man in my life that loves me . Any advice on where to find a good man and how to handle the baggage for us older daters?

                                                                                        • Amanda Lynn
                                                                                          Amanda Lynn  4 months back

                                                                                          The selflove wasn't emailed to me. I love your videos and would like to learn more.

                                                                                          • Rather B Hunter than Prey

                                                                                            Great advice!! I lived on my own for 10 years while dating a lot and now have been married for 24 years. We are still in love!! So I know both being single for along time and being married along time. This guy has very good advice!

                                                                                            • Cyndi M. Frick
                                                                                              Cyndi M. Frick  4 months back

                                                                                              How do men approach serious relationships later in life (i.e. after divorce and with older kids - late 40's)? How is it different from when they're younger and were seeking their first wife? Most dating advice is geared toward younger daters... not those who are seeking "the one" the second time around. Do older men in this position tend to "know" sooner and propose sooner, or are they more apprehensive? I'd love to hear your thoughts as this is my life right now... divorced, kids, dating and in love with a man 10 years older.

                                                                                              • Victoria Fontana
                                                                                                Victoria Fontana  4 months back

                                                                                                How about giving some input into people that are dating over 60 who want a long-term monogamous exclusive relationship. Not being under 60 certainly changes the whole concept. How to find relationship advice regarding 60 and over

                                                                                                • Suzanne Plumley
                                                                                                  Suzanne Plumley  4 months back

                                                                                                  I want to appear as a beautiful woman to men.