“Lately, in order to want to sleep with someone, I actually have to them as a person.” He said this as if it were a mind-blowing revelation.
That being said, there is one question associated with this reality that we too rarely seem to ponder: how many men are really capable of handling a full-time, committed relationship with a physically elite woman?
Of all the men who dream of dating the models and beauty queens of the world, how many are truly capable of maintaining a healthy, long-term relationship with them?
As a man, you get to develop your character, exploit your talents and venture out of your comfort zone.
Dating a fine-looking woman inspires one work harder, get a better job, drive a better car and buy a bigger house.
on what women want from men was so positive that I put together this post to explore the issue from a different angle.
But first, a few ground rules: • This entire post is based on generalizations; obviously, there are exceptions to every rule of thumb.
• The term “good in relationships” refers to men who are emotionally available, good communicators, hunger for emotional intimacy with their partner and know how to make a woman feel cherished. By definition, nice guys are missing the “seducer” gene; even if they knew how to “play the game,” their conscience would never allow them to sweet-talk and manipulate a woman for their own selfish interests.
• Certainly, many beautiful women have found their soulmates. A woman turns to makeup and fashion to boost her self-esteem and make herself more desirable to men.
Conversely, the less attractive the man, the less likely he will approach a woman who is far more attractive than he is. The kind of man who values emotional intimacy often looks at a beautiful woman and thinks, “She’s out of my league.” That is the overwhelming reason why so many women are wondering why nobody (or at least nobody worth going out with) ever asks them out.
That said, are there nice guys who are attractive enough and/or courageous enough to ask out a beautiful woman? Essentially, seducers view a woman’s beauty as an invitation; nice guys view it as a deterrent.
Recently, Andrew Stern showed us what the darker side of the relationship with the physically elite woman might look like: This picture reveals Andrew Stern, the estranged husband of model Katie Cleary, out partying with friends in Beverly Hills just hours before he went to a gun range and killed himself.