A good man is hard to find, but there are still plenty of them out there.
Check this list to see whether or not you’ve got a keeper. He makes you feel beautiful, like a polished oaken banister: Whether you’re in your sweatpants with no makeup or donning your best dress on the way to a ball, a truly good man will always make you feel as beautiful as the most stunningly crafted handrail in the most ornate 19th-century palace. He lets you touch the shiny things in his nest: It may just look like a filthy burrow made of old blankets and wall insulation, but his nest is his home, and if he trusts you enough to touch his prized shiny objects—the cans, the broken plastic tiara, the special rocks, the blank CD—then chances are you mean the world to him. He rarely hides wolf spiders in the popcorn bag at the movies: A really good guy almost never does this—maybe only once in every six movies, at the most. He keeps a rope tethered to you to yank you back if you ever get sucked up into a tornado: It’s the little things like this that show you he cares.5.
He listens first and tells you about the chipmunk he saw second: A good man will make listening to you a priority, whether you’re sharing good news or venting or simply telling him about your day.
Only after you’ve shared what’s on your mind will he give you an extensive play-by-play about the funny chipmunk he saw by the gas station and the kind of food wrapper it was holding in its mouth.10.
A thoughtful guy is going to call you to wish you “good morning”.