For single people, attraction is important and it can be the driving force to how we interact with each other. Personality is what keeps us interested. When you consider them both, which do you believe is really more important?
I ask this question because I believe so many of us are drawn to what appeals to us physically first (obviously), but we would overlook a person’s awful personality. If personality is so important to us, why is it that so often we let their looks influence our interest?
Do you believe that a person’s personality can make them more physically attractive over time? I have heard some women say that the more they got to know a guy, the less attractive he became. This makes me wonder where do we really place the most value, in looks or personality.
Have you ever met someone and felt no attraction to initially? Did they become more attractive to you over time? What do you think that says about us? How does that impact our dating behavior?
By Wise Diva, Misadventures in Atlanta Dating Blog