How do I become less shallow?
I feel that my way of look at women is a bit too superficial. No matter how much I link to think that I am different from other men but I am more or less the same. I would surely say that I have much higher regard for women and I try to consider all the aspects of an individual. But somehow, I do get influenced by the physical attributes.
This probably has something to do with I being 25 but I feel that if I can be less or not at all shallow then I will be able to have a better and more lasting friendship or a relationship.
I am looking for any real life experiences, books, movies etc
I believe that is is probably natural for most of us to be shallow. However, one way to avoid being shallow is to look at members of your family you don't find that attractive, but still care about. Imagine all the feelings they have as human beings. Their dreams, hopes, and desires. No matter what someone looks like, they will also have dreams about the world, and if you can change your paradigm to where, when you look at a human being, you see the dreams instead of simply the outside, and look into the eyes, I think it will help you.
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