What is the meaning of you deserve better than me?
For example, when I say you deserve better than me, I litterally mean that the person is someone that great who make me feel that I’m less significant for him. That no matter I am the best version of myself, he is still too damn greater than me.
How do you respond to you deserve better than me?
In response to “you deserve better than me” or “you can do better than me” or “I’m not good enough for you” the truth is it’s not up to you to decide who you deserve. Just love me with all your heart and I’ll do the same.
What does you deserve more mean?
to be worth better things or better treatment than you are getting.
What does it mean when someone says I deserve?
1 verb If you say that a person or thing deserves something, you mean that they should have it or receive it because of their actions or qualities.
How do you say you deserve it in different ways?
What does you are deserving mean?
English Language Learners Definition of deserving : having good qualities that deserve praise, support, etc. —used to say that someone or something should have or be given something —+ of. deserving. adjective.
What do you reply to you deserve it?
A simple ‘Thanks’ seems appropriate, but also on the edge of curtness. You could instead reply with ‘duly appreciated’ or a more specific thank you like: Thanks for your support, I really appreciate it!
Why does a girl says you deserve better?
1) She really means that you are too good for her and she wont be able to keep up to your expectations. Hence, she does not want to hurt you further. 2) She feels you are not compatible to her. 3) She is not feeling the “LOVE” anymore and she is sorry about it.
What to say instead of you deserve it?
What is another word for what you deserve?
|deserved fate||due reward|
|just deserts||just punishment|
|what’s coming to you||desert|
When a guy say you’re too good for him?
When a guy tells you that you are too good for him, it’s because he’s not ready to fix the parts of himself that he feels he would have to fix to keep or even deserve you.