I hear some girls say that their S/O treats them like a queen/princess. What exactly do they mean by this? I thought girls didn't want guys to follow everyone of their commands and not put up an argument or agree with everything they say. I'm just curious as to what a girl means when her s/o treats...
I hear some girls say that their S/O treats them like a queen/princess. What exactly do they mean by this? I thought girls didn't want guys to follow everyone of their commands and not put up an argument or agree with everything they say. I'm just curious as to what a girl means when her s/o treats her like a queen/princess. Do you want your boyfriend to treat you like a queen, if so what would you expect of him?
So I'll I'm getting from most of these girls is that they want to be treated with respect and some like to be complimented every now and then. So would you say the latter things is what makes some ladies feel like princesses?
I've heard women say "hubby treats me like a queen" and I've heard people say you should "treat your man like a king."
Have you ever heard some people say that some children are fortunate enough to be spoiled by a loving, caring family and parents whereas some children are spoiled with material items? In the long run, which is most beneficial? The loving parents and family of course. The same goes for the relationship.
To me, it translates into being respectful, showing your love and appreciation for the person and making them a top priority. But I also believe there are some men and women who go above and beyond that call by doing small things for their girl/man. For instance, a woman might be caught off guard if you buy her favorite flowers for her on Valentines Day. It means something if she mentioned if a while back and you still remember. Or, if a woman knows her guy has been going through a stressful time at work and he comes home to his all time favorite dinner. Or if a womans husband tells her how thankful he is for her to be his wife and mother of his children on Mother's Day. Or opening/holding the door. Supporting them when they have to make tough decisions or are going through a rough patch
It doesn't mean blowing your whole paycheck on her(although for golddiggers it may) and it doesn't mean wasting ALL of your time and energy on showing them how much they mean to you, but successful relationships require effort on both parts.
In short: It means he's a good boyfriend who knows how to treat his lady. Mind you, all women are different.
I don't think that when a girl say that her guy treats her like a queen/princess...it means that he's at her beck and call, spoils her, etc. I just think it simply means that the guy makes her feel significant and special. That can be done without buying gifts or following her every command. It means that when she has a problem, he listens, when she says something about her birthday or anniversary, he remembers, when she gets sad, he will try to cheer her up. Maybe he's a bit of a romantic and does the whole candlelight dinner, walk on the beach and slow dancing bit. It has absolutely nothing to do with feeling helpless or having a sense of entitlement. If I were ever to say "this guy treats me like a princess or queen", it just means he knows how to love me the right way and he makes me feel special. I don't think there is anything negative about that. You can treat some as an equal and still treat them like a princess. Why is everyone is disgusted with this? This is exactly why so many people choose to believe that romance is dead.
If a guy treats me like a queen or princess, he's respectful and supportive of me. He knows I can stand on my own two feet and am capable of doing things myself, but still likes helping me or doing things for me from time to time. He always adores me and wants to protect me.
I don't need to be treated like a queen but my husband does it anyways. He respects me and does nice things for me all the time without me asking. In turn, I treat him like a king. We have a lot of love for each other and it just comes naturally.
Your answer is in your question. SOME girls. Lots of girls like independence, but something guys need to realize is that every girl is totally and completely DIFFERENT. Where one girl would want their boyfriend to spoil them rotten, another girl would hate it.
I would personally find it very annoying if you spoiled me, but if it's just chiveraly or being kind and acting like I was the best thing that ever happened to you, that's actually pretty complimenting. For a girl, knowing that you matter to your guy is a big deal.
I don't think I wan to be "treated like a princess". I want respect, love and crap like that. I don't want to be put on some pedestal or think that I am. I just want a gentleman. I think when it comes to a relationship I wan to be treated nicely but not smothered by gifts and attention. If you surprise me with something, GREAT, but I don't automatically expect you to. The fifty fifty of things is how a relationship should go.
I think it just means that he treats you really well, he respects you, compliments you, and is just all around a good bf.
And your right, I don't want a guy to do everthing I say and agree with everything I say. That would be nice at first, but it'll get old really fast. I kinda like to fight it out a little bit sometimes, it's more fun if I have to MAKE him see it my way. lol
total respect we love to be surprised with gifts or something romantic even if we say we don't want gifts we so do its so romantic and it makes us feel amazing and special you don't have to agree with everything we say because sometimes its good to argue to reveal your opinions on things us girls want to feel like we are the only one hold us when we need it even if we say leave me alone stay and hold the girl be open for girl talk even though its probably not your thing we still want to talk about our problems and don't weigh us down by being self centered or talking about your problems constantly or bitching about how your life sucks but completly lock all of your emotions away we want to know what's on your mind
treating someone like a princesss mostly means going down to tie her shoes and stuff like that act like a knight would in front of a queen, being a gentleman without being a slave pretty much buy her stuff (not gold and stuff) flowers, maybe? sometime, give her the best spot on the buss / the couch and so on put her b4 you b noble f*** sake ain't you got a brain man how hard cna it be to count out