Is it a fairytale? Or is it a fact that there are "Knights in Shining Armor" who take care of and spoil their woman like queens? If so, I sure would like to find one, just to feel special and find out what I have been missing my whole life. I have always made everyone around me feel special, gone above and beyond for them, and never got the same in return. Meanwhile, I have friends whose boyfriends/fiance's/husbands treat them like queens, give them whatever they want, spend lavishly on them, etc... I know this because they're always flaunting pictures of those things on social media. In the meantime, my ex-boyfriend didn't even want to give me a ride to school one time while my mother was out of the country and I was broke, because in his own words "he wasn't a taxi cab." I was shocked when I heard this coming from him.
Are there still men like this out there?
Most Helpful Guy
Yes, it's every guy who never talks in public. I haven't seen any of the responses here but I assume most of them are "yes, that man is ME". Being truly altruistic isn't easy and everyone thinks that they are Jesus for once gifting something to someone.
Short answer: yes but they're not here or anywhere online and they'll never tell you that they're altruistic.
P. S. I think that your friends flaunt their lives to you not because the have such wonderful things, but because they want to have them and have you envy them for it. It's a status move many women in my life do.3
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Most Helpful Girl
Read what she said, she said she does everything for the guy and he doesn't give in return, so thus she's always been in a give relationship where she's the only one giving.
I know how you feel. Though i've experienced both. I would do everything for my friends and never got anything in return, sometimes it would bother me cause it would make me wonder about our friendship but other times it didn't bother me cause I it was their choice. I met this guy and he would take me out on dates and do a bunch of things for me, he was a really sweet, so they are out there. I however ended up with my ex who would do nothing for me. I always got him birthday and Christmas gifts, he would get me nothing, i'd make him breakfast in bed sometimes, always make food, always clean, always do everything and i'd get nothing in return. I'd be the one always paying and taking him out. It really broke my heart and i even told him about it and was crying, he felt sorry for me for a few minutes and said he'd start doing things for me and then was over it quickly and went back to doing what he was doing. My parents had the kind of relationship where they used to do things for each other, spoil each other and make each other feel special. That's the kind of relationship I want and I think you shouldn't give up on finding it.2