When we debated the “height preferences” earlier this week, I naturally thought how the way we look impact our dating options. When it comes to how you look, do you think that attractiveness is measured and counts for more than it should?
Obviously, we don’t want to be with someone who we aren’t physically attracted to, but just take a moment and think about the success rate of your past dating relationships.
How much did the persons looks contribute (or detract from) the way you interacted with them? How did their looks play a role in how you two connected?
What about their personality? Do you notice a correlation between their attractiveness and their personality traits?
If it’s their hotness that gets your attention, what keeps you interested beyond that?
When you think of your own self-image and looks, do you have expectations that you will be appealing to those you find attractive?
Do you think most people are realistic about the way they look and who they attract?
By Wise Diva, Misadventures in Atlanta Dating Blog