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Published 03.10.2014 | Author : admin | Category : What A Man Wants From A Woman

Some people always remain afraid of losing people but the question arises that is there anyone in the world who is afraid of losing them? Everyone predicts that the worse pain is to lose the loved ones but most importantly the reality is that losing yourself in loving someone is more painful. I am motivated by accomplishment not by pride, pride consumes the weak, kills their heart from within. The truth is… The most painful thing is losing yourself in the process of loving someone too much, forgetting that you are special too! When I ask him for the details of the latest debacle, it usually comes down to the fact that he’s a nice, relationship oriented man, who earnestly follows through and communicates his feelings… and she’s an aloof woman who tries to consider him as a romantic partner, but ultimately would rather chase an unattainable jerk. But when I ask my friend what makes him fall for these emotionally unavailable women, you know what he tells me? Objectively, wouldn’t you tell this man that perhaps “smart” and “hot” aren’t necessarily the best criteria to evaluate a lifetime romantic partner? You’d tell him to appreciate her inner beauty, her warm smile, her generosity, her sense of humor. Yet when you look at your own life – at your consistent pining for tall, handsome, brilliant, fascinating men – you do the exact same thing.
But you can acknowledge that the men you’re attracted to aren’t always good long-term relationship partners. You can acknowledge that attraction can be blinding and allow you to overlook a man’s flaws for way too long. You can acknowledge that attraction isn’t either a “10” or a “1” – that there’s usually something in between. And you can acknowledge that, for my guy friend, his addiction to smart, hot, aloof and inaccessible women isn’t really working for him. As a man who’s been married for three years, I’ve finally started to get into a rhythm with my wife. If 95% of your life is spent on matters that are neither “brainy” nor “sexy”, wouldn’t it make sense to find a partner who is compatible in all those other areas? We retreat to our offices where she watches funny YouTube videos and I obsessively manage my fantasy football team. We go upstairs, wash our faces, talk about our days, tell each other we love each other, and snuggle before drifting off to sleep. You know how much time we spend talking about string theory, or Proust, or what happens to us when we die?


So if 95% of your life is spent on matters that are neither “brainy” nor “sexy”, wouldn’t it make sense to find a partner who is compatible in all those other areas?
Rather than finding the smartest, hottest guy imaginable who doesn’t want to throw dinner parties, doesn’t want to see your mother, doesn’t want to let you choose the furniture you want, and doesn’t want to raise a family together?
Naturally, you have to find your partner attractive and intelligent, but he doesn’t have to be THAT attractive or THAT intelligent to have a very happy life together.
As a dating coach for 8 years, I’ve long advocated for putting compatibility on the SAME level as chemistry, instead of making chemistry the most important factor in your decision-making.
Because, as you know, you can get the smartest, hottest, tallest, richest guy in the world… and you’ll most likely discover that he’s a selfish narcissist who’s just not that into you. Thus, there is wisdom in compromising a little on looks and brains in order to find the HAPPINESS that has eluded you when you exalt “attraction” above all. I hate spam as much as you do, therefore I will never sell, rent, or give away your email address.
Thank you for this post, I really wish that a lot of guys can read this but sadly most men are immature and sexually exploitative. Well said, sometimes for trying to find that missing 20% we lose that other 80% we already had and can’t never get it back. I’ve dated two men since my marriage ended, and both wanted to wait for completely different reasons. I don’t think it is wrong for men (or women) to want sex early on, either, but both adults have to know what they want and why. People get seduced by superficial things–how hot someone is, their age, height, wealth, etc. Substitute earning capacity, age, etc for the attractiveness scale and you’ve got the same paradigm.
Superficial attractiveness doesn’t ALWAYS but often is commensurate with a mean streak. That will clear the field for people like me who are looking for someone who will NOT use their superficial attractiveness power sources to emotionally abuse others in a relationship. We satisficers will work hard on our relationships, compromise with one another, enjoy each others company and find true contentment while the maximizers will continue to churn around in the scrum with each other and live miserably ever after.
So if you are an smart and atractive woman, should you mate with an average in beauty not that smart guy and without money?, just because he is kind to you. And may I add that many of the things people place value on now, won’t mean jack 10 to 20 years down the road.


There’s a sweet spot between hot chemistry, and a good personality match for day-to-day living (as Evan suggests). I know a lot of ladies who, in their twenties, select their mates exactly as Evan describes. I also think there is another level of attractiveness that can happen after two people get to know each other.
Among the battles that a person encounters alone, one is the sadness of losing a loved one. These quotes propose that the person who loves you does not leave you instead h stays around you.
But it… too when people know that you are strong and they think that it is okay to hurt you. You can like someone but not want to have sex with them and 10 million reasons will still not change that.
After a half dozen failed boyfriends (some women notice the pattern sooner), they decide something has to change. We are not here to have a war of the sexes; we are here to genuinely understand the opposite sex and learn how to attract someone for a quality relationship. Men are so pushy about the sex thing, perhaps someone needs to tell them to back off and let the woman get to know you before you push sex on her. While you are forcing yourself to be  in that relationship because, looks dont matter, and also money does not matter. I finally got over (in my relationships), but it took a lot to begin expecting more, and *expressing myself* even if my partners didn’t like what I had to say, Once I started to unapologetically be me (flaws and all, not just the nice side), my dating really took off. It is inevitable that one day you have to lose some relations either by leaving them or through the natural death. The single biggest factor in improving your dating, in my opinion, is taking an honest look at yourself and working on your self-care.
That means doing things to nurture and sustain high self-esteem, physical self-care, financial self-care, and spiritual-self care.



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