Romantic Litmus Test
How to tell if he's in love...
Since you can't just go up to a man and ask him if he's going to propose, there are truth-telling signs that indicate the likelihood of this happening if you pay attention to behavior, not just his words.
Everything I need to know about a man’s intentions lies in his actions… Or lack thereof. Observe how he treats you on your birthday, Christmas and Valentine's. It's the ultimate litmus test for knowing if he's truly in love with you or not.
“Love comes in little blue boxes luxuriously wrapped with pretty bows." -Rules Coach Kim Evazians
Men who are in love do not forget or ignore Valentine’s Day. They take every opportunity to shower you with love, affectionate words, and romantic gifts. And they will often do it by surprise.
In fact, they will give you romantic gifts all the time, on any random day, not just on Valentine’s Day… Even if they are on a tight budget.
Here’s a sweet Rules story from my client during their 7-day honeymoon cruise last week. She got Tiffany as an early Valentine surprise!
She said, “We were walking on the cruise ship and stopped at Tiffany's. Looked at some jewelry together. I tried on a few things, including what he already bought. But at that time I wasn't sure.
The next day, we were just walking around and he insisted we go in again. So I tried the bracelet and necklace and he asked me if I liked them. I said, 'Yes,' and he bought it.
He said, ‘Happy Valentine's Day, my love!’”
This tells me he had already made up his mind the day before and set his intentions on getting her Tiffany all along. That’s why he took her back!
I’m sharing this story as the perfect example of a Rules success story done “Kim Evazians Style.” It passes my Romantic Litmus Test. Time after time. This is the kind of relationship I hope all my clients will aspire to and have one day when they meet their Mr. Right.
This is a common pattern I’m starting to see among my own relationship and my clients: flowers, Tiffany jewelry and romantic gifts from a man who cherishes us and happily does these things. These are classic, traditional tokens of love.
Rules Girls are not selfish, entitled gold-diggers. We are women with a high degree of femininity who are respectful of masculine leadership. We are kind, considerate, gracious and deserving of romantic love from a mature, marriage-minded man who gets pleasure from giving on his own terms.
Another client has a similar story. She got a proposal in 4 months after meeting her husband on Match. May her testimony be your template.
Dear Kim, He treats me like the Queen I am. Gifts for no reason, Tiffany necklace for Christmas, flowers just because and I can go on and on...
I know what it’s supposed to be like. This time I was not going to date men with no future plans and waste months of my life.
- Happily Married
The Rules Book advises women to end it if he doesn't buy you a romantic gift on these two romantic occasions: your birthday and Valentine's Day.
If he doesn't, then it's highly unlikely he will give you the most romantic gift of all--an engagement ring.
RULE #12: Stop dating him if he doesn’t buy you a romantic gift for your birthday or Valentine’s Day. - The Rules Book
Observe with your eyes and act according to what you actually see, not how you wish things could be. Have the courage to accept when a man is not in love with you and move on. You owe it to yourself to walk away and find your Mr. Right. No one is going to do it for you.
Question 1: What should I do if he doesn't give me a romantic gift for my birthday, Christmas or Valentine's Day?
Advice By Kim 1: Accept that he's just not that into you and say, "Next!" Rules Girls don't get mad. They get another guy.
Question 2: What if he gives you practical gifts in addition to jewelry and flowers?
Advice By Kim 2: Practical gifts are not a bad thing in and of themselves. He can buy you practical gifts, too... As a companion gift to a romantic one or if he's already given you many romantic gifts and shown his intentions.
It's when he doesn't buy you any romantic gifts at all. That's the nail in the coffin.
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