Face it, men fall in love because of the way you make them feel. It only stands to reason that you want to send texts to make him feel good as well right?
Men need what I call the three A's to feel good. They need to be appreciated, accepted and they crave affection. If this is the case, then why not use texting as a tool to create triggers in men to these feelings. It only makes sense. Be creative when you text him and keep these three A's in your mind.
Men want romance, but the macho side of them often keeps them held back. You can send texts that can make a man feel safe. When he feels safe, he feels he has permission to be more romantic or even mushy because you have shown him you accept him.
Please note here if you are just beginning to date a man, use caution with these texts, they can back fire if used incorrectly and push him away. You don't want to come across as too accommodating or needy. You also don't want to get ahead of him. Let him lead.
An example of one of these texts is pretty simple. Lets say you had a great night last night if you know what I mean. Simply text him mid day with something like this "You were amazing last night". This tells him that he made you happy and men love to make women happy. It also shows appreciation. You can be very specific in this also. Tell him exactly what he did that was so amazing. Positive reinforcement. Works like a charm.
I am not saying to text him empty compliments, be sincere but be creative. Don't waste your text messages on things like "How is your day?". This does not create a trigger that makes him feel good. You want him to associate your texts with feeling good. Triggers, it's all about triggers. If you text him mundane things and he is busy at work, he may resent your text on a subconscious level.
So before you hit the send button, ask yourself if you are making him feel appreciated and good. Are you making him smile. Or you recreating memories. This will help bond a man to you.
If you want to perfect this art of texting a man to increase passion and romance, Michael has a great program called Text the Romance Back. It's worth checking into.