What does it mean when a man really goes out of his way to help a woman?
Is it a sign he is interested or is he simply a knight in shining armor? Should a woman be concerned when a man is so helpful? Or should she simply relax and say, "Thank you?"
It means that he is a nice person who respects women and he may have a mother, a wife and daughters whom he loves.
It could mean a number of different things. He could just simply be a gentleman who respects women the way they deserve to be. The way his mother raised him to. I would suggest saying "Thank You" and then let the chips fall where they may. If he's interested, take it slow and see where it goes. If nothing happens, the experience can just be a lesson in learning that White Knights still exist where you least expect them to.
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