Seducation Secrets - The Truth About the Beautiful People

In our culture highly attractive people are assumed to - possess positive personality traits. But this simply is not true! In reality, ravishingly beautiful - women often have underdeveloped - personalities.

Why? In a society that openly worships beauty, beautiful women tend to have their needs filled more easily than the rest of us and so avoid - suffering life’s struggles. As a result, they don’t suffer the obstacles which help - the rest of us build character.

And beautiful people - are not necessarily more self-confident than the rest of - us. When they are successful, it sometimes flows more from their looks - than their genuine accomplishments.

Though it may seem bizarre, many exceptionally beautiful people - have self-esteem problems. As a direct result, many extremely attractive people feel so insecure that they seek to calm their fears by remaining in a committed - relationship.

An exceptionally beautiful - woman may find it very difficult to maintain a - long term relationship as their spouse may become insecure as - they may fear losing them to - other men.

Some very beautiful women spend Saturday nights alone because men assume they are:


-Too busy dating other men

-Too expensive to date

-Prone to rejecting men

-Too demanding

Being attractive is in reality an attitude. Studies have shown - that if you feel attractive, you will appear more attractive to others. Men who felt - more attractive while wearing certain clothing were much more likely to - win a woman’s heart than equally attractive men who lacked that feeling.

Here’s a neat trick. When you tell someone - they are attractive, they will immediately start to act as though they are more physically attractive. When told they are sexy, they - may automatically behave in a - more sexually explicit manner.

Positive - emotions lead to - positive behavior. Just telling a woman that you find her sexually attractive may trigger a cascade of sexual behavior (provided you’re at - the right point in the relationship).
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