A good man is one that realizes, accepts and handles his responsibilities without hesitation or the need for gratitude. One that is strong, yet sensitive enough to be in tune with his mate’s true feelings. A good man works hard to not only protect, provide, nurture and love his family, he pushes himself to exceed what is "just" required and strives to enhance and consistently improve himself and his family.
I good man realizes that his wife is his Queen and continuously throughout the day tells and shows her...everyday. A good man is committed to his wife...fully...not just on the surface...unconditionally. A good man does not fall into the "old" stereotypes of traditional roles of husband and wife. His ego is not too big for anything. He does not forsake his wife for the opinion or views of his family and friends. A good man places no one except God above his Queen. He will willingly cook dinner for his wife after she had a hard day or even a great day at work. He will clean the entire house to give his wife a break, to show her that he appreciates her doing it all the time. A good man brings flowers to his wife, just because he is thinking of her, not because he messed up(whether she knows he messed up or not). A good man is a gentleman with manners, and respect is his strongest quality. A good man realizes the good in his wife to be great and finds good in the not so great things. A good man accepts his woman...all of her and everything and everyone that comes with her, and treats her as he would treat his mother. A good man treats his mother with the highest of esteem...,which is what made him a good man. Lynnette a good man is what you have now, and what you will always have, because I love you, I need you, I respect you and your happiness inspires my happiness. I will regard you as no other man has regarded his wife and take care of you, well, forever. I am willing, ready and anxiously awaiting to make that official commitment in front of our family, friends and in the presence of God.