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As you probably know, I’m not a psychologist, therapist, MSW, clinical researcher, scientist or Ph D.
Despite all of this, I’ll admit, I can be thin-skinned and take special pleasure when my opinions – formed entirely from my own observations – are validated by other authorities. Intense attractions blind us to the actual quality of our interaction with others, and to the actual characters of the people we date.Which brings me today’s post, which I wish I had written myself. Attractions can grow.” Page, like your friendly neighborhood dating coach, is not telling you to go out with someone you’re not at all attracted to.If anything, he cautions against the blindness and insecurity of dating someone on the 10 attraction scale and encourages you to take the time to cultivate a greater attraction when there’s an initial spark, even if it’s not overwhelming. “In such cases, it can be difficult to stay; to resist fleeing in search of something more clear-cut.As a result, many potentially wonderful relationships get cut off before ever being given a chance. But the relationship itself – the thing we have together – is a 10++, which is why I feel so strongly that attraction, while necessary, is not the most important quality in a marriage. Psychology Today Article Hi: I have definitely tried this.The truth is that we can deepen our healthy attractions, and we can intensify the passion in those attractions.” Readers in healthy long-term relationships – how attracted were you to your partner at first glance? I just stopped dating a guy, because of his own insecurities about me. I was always on time shared often in the payment of the date. He always complimented me on my hair and how put together I was.I am considered very attractive or so I am told–I really don’t focus on it.
I do not consider my self high maintenance it takes me about 45′ from shower to out the door–because I usually have to iron my clothes/take care of my dog.
The reason I give these details is because he had given me his blog/twitter address and told me I should check it out.
Well we had been seeing each other for little over a month and I checked it out.
On it he made a comment that I must work really hard on my hair, but he was not going to hassle me about it.
He then went on to say how he had a real thing for women with short hair–I have long hair. Who is he to hassle me about my hair as it has no impact on him.
I am left with a total blindsided feeling as to why he would say something like that–I always thought people put a comb through their hair before they went out on a date.