How to Know If You Can Trust Him | Relationship Advice for Women by Mat Boggs

How to Know If You Can Trust Him | Relationship Advice for Women by Mat Boggs

Mat Boggs shares dating advice for women and How to Know If You Can Trust Him

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Mat Boggs Bio:

As a sought-after dating and relationship coach for women and international speaker, Mat Boggs has helped thousands of women understand men, improve their relationships, and attract the relationship they want.

As the best-selling author of Project Everlasting, and creator of Cracking The Man Code, Mat Boggs? dating and relationship advice has been featured on national media including The Today Show, CNN, Headline News, Oprah and Friends, and many more.

Mat’s Mission: To increase love in the world, one heart at a time.

As a dating coach for women, Mat believes that your history does not determine your destiny, and that you are more powerful than any circumstance you are facing. The relationship dream in your heart really can become the life you love living!

Mat Boggs highly acclaimed relationship programs have served women around the world in all age groups from 20yrs old to over 70yrs old.

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35 thoughts on “How to Know If You Can Trust Him | Relationship Advice for Women by Mat Boggs”

  1. Learn heal trust yourself your intuition pay attention to red flags disrespect condisention no following through promiscuity irisponsibility untrustworthy

  2. When he makes you part of his life, like inviting you to events to see what he does for a job or hobbie, or meet his friends, wants to makes you part of his world and you can see, like Mat said, that everything lines up, he is trustworthy ๐Ÿ’•

  3. I'm single but now I definitely know what to watch out for & why. But I test a guys trust alot. I just don't tell them. While I dated guys, I've seen them 1) say things but they weren't aligning
    2) try to play me
    3) be fake
    And other stuff..!!

  4. What if a person does some of these but not all or is different in beginning but not as time goes on. Thatโ€™s what happened with me. He was great in beginning but then i began to notice that he wasnโ€™t being honest about things or texting after he had already gone to do something else when we had made plans. The last & final time was when he called me from the road to tell me he had given up his apartment & was moving south! I should have ended it after the 3rd time but I had what I thought was a heart to heart but apparently it was only me in that heart to heart. And he knew all along that he was moving! Live & learn. Be honest with yourself & others. Stay positive & continue to do the hard work of being your best self. That is what I have learned from this experience. Oh & forgive but donโ€™t forget! โคโคโค

  5. Thank you so much sir.. am training myself now and you have really awaken my thoughts by the good videos I follow, itโ€™s difficult to fake me now, I rather stay alone than tolerating a fake person ๐Ÿค

  6. I have C-PTSD from childhood neglect and abuse, my judgement when it comes to relationships with men is not to be trusted because of that. So I am hereby taking a loong break from all dating to take care of myself and get the love i missed growing up through other channels than men. Honestly, I feel like isolating myself (typical CPTSD) after failing in love again. I read that we can not heal in isolation, it felt like a punch in the stomach, but it's so, so true. I am starting volunteer work and strength training, informing possibly interested men about my disorder and set boundaries with interested and/or interesting men straight away to kill the seed of interest both ways. Me and my kids deserve me in my best possible mental shape, it's about time! Good luck to the daters, and hope it works out for you, one day I will too be able to attract and keep a good man. In the mean time I educate myself and work on myself. This family tradition of failing stops with me, my kids deserve their mother being present at all times and no more up and down. (In total 1 long and 2 very short relationships in my life, but that has been enough triggers for me, the 2 latter recently, but no more!)

  7. Listen to your intuition or "gut instinct". It's never wrong. Even things like your body talking to you – for me, migraine headaches. I felt something was 'off'', but gave him the benefit of the doubt. Twice. I have learnt from that.

  8. Great video Matt! Thank for the insightful info. Although you only scratched the surface youโ€™re right we make so many excuses for the wrong person and then wonder what went wrong. Iโ€™ve certainly done and have felt all those emotions. Really appreciate you videos ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿป๐Ÿงก

  9. Thank you for this incredible video! So insightful and brings much wisdom and clarity. Really shows your commitment to truth over convenience or comfort. The knowledge you share is so helpful! ๐Ÿ™Œ Thank you again! ๐Ÿ™

  10. Excellent video, Matt. Heard past person coming back to talk. He betrayed me 15 months ago. Yes, I did see signs and I was too deep into him.
    Problem #1 I put him on a pedestal. #2 I saw signs but kept questioning myself. Finally, my gut intuition kicked in and I abruptly ended it when I told him something felt wrong & something was going on. Found out later, he was juggling me with a toxic 3rd party. That's when I realized, using and trusting my intuition was the best thi I could have done. Just wish I would have confronted him each time I saw something and didn't say anything.
    Thank you Matt. I am listening to this & taking notes. I just met someone new and want this relationship to work and want to be ready when past person contacts me.

  11. This was Exactly what I needed right now. I saw the signs but ignored them because of my desire for the relationship (+ his other good qualities). I'll be watching this video again. Thanks, Matt!

  12. This is good. I knew there were signs, but I was hopeful, so I ignored them. He didnโ€™t make excuses for incomplete ideas/activities, he was evasive and they never happened. You affirm what I know in my gut, and give me hope on my move forward. Thank you!

  13. Hey Mat! Thanks for all of your videos…love them. I've got a question for you…if a guy displays one of those 5 things "to make you go hmmm" is it even worth asserting yourself and having a conversation with him? Isn't that just who he is? And if I'm not cool with it, isn't it just best to walk away rather than waste my time? In the past I have asserted, conversated and he nodded and agreed… but he ended up just repeating the behaviors. When is it worth asserting yourself and when should you truly just walk away? Thanks! ๐Ÿ™‚ Sum

  14. I met a new guy about a month ago, we had a lot in common, had great chemistry. I was very happy, but told him I wanted to take it slow. I rushed into my 5 yr relationship that ended a yr ago last month. New guy wanted sex and dumped me today. I guess thatโ€™s all that mattered to him. Although, he was always helping me out, cooked dinner, brought food over, etc. I donโ€™t feel he used me. We had a lot of fun together, lots in common. He was only 2 yrs younger, I will miss that part of it. Feeling sad

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