Pretty much what it says. Any chance good guys actually say this? In my experience not as it's really for other people to decide not you. A guy who is trying to date me said this to me and it totally unnerved me. I know he was in a relationship for 6 years but length is no guarantee of quality and I didn't like that he said this about himself. But I wanted to ask to see if anybody found an exception or if people think this is a bit of a conclusion to jump to.
Most Helpful Guy
I used to be in the camp of "actions speak with themselves". But its not actually true.
Some people have their heads up their asses.
Some people dont understand certain actions and literally need it broken down for them step by step.
Some people are culturally different, where the same action can have a different meaning.
These broad generalisations just get you nowhere in life. I find its best to be honest with people nowadays.
It tends to be better to just communicate with people directly and honestly.
I wouldn't say Im a good boyfriend. I try my best. And with the right person, Id be perfect, cause theyd want what I have to offer and bring out the best in me. But Im just human and the wrong person can. bring out the worst in me too.
But if I truly was, regardless or circumstance, or hadn't ever fucked up or been a bad boyfriend, then I imagine I could safely and honestly say what that guy said. Feeling honest, not trying to sell myself, or brag. Just confidently stating the truth.
So I guess it can be said out of insecurity but it could also just be confidence from a place of honesty.
you're the one who has to figure out which it is and put his words into context.0
Most Helpful Girl
According to my personal experience, yes it is.0