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How to Attract a Desirable and Successful Woman

Aug 17, 2007
The shift of economic power between the sexes means that women are no longer financially dependent on husbands or boyfriends. They have the choice of whether to live alone or with a partner, and the partner can be either long or short term. So how do you attract a desirable woman ?

Relations between the sexes have a biological basis and although patterns of life have changed over the last 2,000 years, human biology is relatively slow to develop and adapt. For most women this means they are driven by their genes to seek out a male who will be a loving companion and a suitable father for their children.

The following list may help males of all ages to understand women -

1. Sex Appeal
Women are undoubtedly attracted to men they consider sexy. If that means men should be over 6 foot tall, have blue eyes, wavy fair hair and a slim waist, then most men are doomed to failure. Fortunately, the concept of sexiness is not so simple. There are many short, bald, fat men who are regularly seen with attractive women. What these men have in common is an ability to charm and flatter women and make them feel feminine.

2. Make her feel like a Woman
A cursory glance at adverts aimed at women confirms that women wish to look beautiful, young, and have an interesting life style. All a man needs to do is tell a woman what she wants to hear. If in addition, he means it, that is a bonus. This technique will work with women of all ages and persuasions.

It is difficult to think of a woman less interested in romance than the widowed Queen Victoria, yet the British Prime Minster Disraeli famously remarked that everyone likes flattery. And when it comes to royalty, you should lay it on with a trowel.

3. Men should be Masterful
Despite the financial independence of women, a man who is strong will also be attractive. This is not defined in terms of physical strength, but rather strength of character. In other words a woman seeks a man who is masterful, and not a wimp.

This is a challenging point because many women are better suited to making financial decisions than men, in addition to having impressive organisational and networking skills. Despite this, many successful career women are happily married to men whose career and earnings are but a pale reflection of their own.

Strength of character means that a man will support a decision made by a talented woman and help her to realise her goals, even though he may not be capable of realising such goals for himself.

4. Men should be Useful
As many women are no longer financially dependent on men, men need to consider their role in a relationship. Successful women need a partner who is an asset, that is, he helps her to achieve both her professional ambitions and pursue a family life.

There comes a stage in a young woman's life when she starts thinking of settling down, getting married and having a family. This means she is looking for a long term partner who is sober, dependable, loving, faithful and who will be a suitable role model for any male children. Many men will find this a demanding specification, but for most women, this is a non negotiable list.

5. Men should have Homemaking Skills
If men find the above list daunting, then they should at least be able to develop and demonstrate practical skills around the house. Tasks like mowing the lawn, and fixing things around the house are traditional male chores. Reading bedtime stories to young children is an optional extra.

Unfortunately, many professional men, often with names like Jeremy and Nigel, never helped their own father to perform manual tasks and they therefore lack these skills. Some are encouraged by their partners to enrol on evening classes in car mechanics.

6. Men should be Witty
This has become an essential trait. It is linked to an ability to communicate effectively. Many men find this a problem as they are naturally quiet or perhaps introspective or they may have a job which emphasises manual rather than verbal skills. Some male workers in the Information Technology sector fall into this category and are dismissively classified as geeks by women.

If a man is considered boring, then he will never make it with a woman. No matter how high he may score on all other attributes, the ability to amuse a woman is essential. This is rather strange as many men pursue brain dead Barbie style women, yet even Barbie will want her Ken to have witty and stimulating conversation.

Developing a sense of humour is not easy. Learning a selection of jokes may be a useful starting point, but a male needs to develop an awareness of potentially humorous situations and an ability to articulate these in an engaging way. Definitely a long term aim.

7. Men should be Distinctive
We all need to differentiate ourselves from the herd. Individuality and achievement are always highly valued by women. A skill or interest or hobby in music, sport, literature, art, poetry or whatever is highly regarded by a woman. It matters little whether the woman shares this interest, the point is that it reinforces a man's identity and adds to his aura of inner strength.

Many men think that they need to give up their favourite hobby or pastime when they enter a serious relationship, as their partner will not share the interest. This is a mistake. It is important for a man to continue to define himself as an independent entity from his partner. Many men also welcome an opportunity to spend time away from their partner and life at home.

8. Men should be Good Lovers
Well, this must be mentioned, although it is considered by many to be highly overrated. In any sexual relationship, it is important to note and be responsive to the other person's desires and wishes. Most women will let their partners know what they like and modern society allows and even encourages women to take the leading role in lovemaking.
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