What attracts you to other people?
for me it is eyes full of compassion, a face with strong character, strong hands and someone who has strong values and morals and strives to live up to them.
I'm attracted to easy going people who are truly kind, loving, supportive, honest and who have a sense of humor. Humor to me is an important quality because I love to laugh and love it when I make someone else laugh.
Kind spirit, laughter, and things found to be in common attract me. I used to think compassion, values, and morals went without saying, but sometimes they appear to in short supply. It's good to mention these as well where attraction is concerned.
Strong character, similar humor, great personality, fun to be around. Most of my friends are like me. But I just like being around people because I get lonely. The mall is a great place to feel comfortable around people.
Leah...why do you feel so lonely? I know this is not the first time you mentioned that. And, yes, I do keep track. :0)
To be honest, I shouldn't be. I have five friends right now which is the most I've had at one time in 7 years. So I don't know why.
Intellect. Open-mindedness. Compassion. Kindness. Sense of humor. Love of animals and nature. Patience. But logical more than emotional. I've found over-abundance of emotion can lead to temper tantrums.
I'm attracted to kind smiles and bright eyes that twinkle with good eye contact. This indicates to me someone with a good spirit. I'm also attracted to really smart people who share their wisdom.
I think when my intuition tells me they are good souls,
feeling the good vibes they send out, and their great smiles
Of course we can look at a person by their features and feel a physical attraction to them. It is not hard to pick out attractive people, but once you get to know a person and you find out who they are, that is when you genuinely become attracted to a person. Their personality, their character, sense of humor and heart are all things that I find attractive in a person.
The attitude and the way they carry them self is what is important for me. The simplicity and sparkling eyes are another element of attraction for me many a times. Nice question and thank you
What attracts me initially is one's personality. Now, upon further review, if they sport a rock-solid character, utilize a moral compass, and possess abundant virtue...I may call them my friend. :0)
I like your question.....I think that "Looks" are in the eyes of the beholder and personality comes from the heart so I would have to say that what attracts me would have to be personality. You could have a beautiful person but she or he could be the meanest person in the world so i think i would want some one who I can speak to and have alot in common with than looks.
It is ovious the personality of the person and truthfulness, honesty and sincerity.......
When I was a little girl,
Grandmum told me a secret:
"If you really want something,
there will be a way."
Is it angels or the power of positive thinking?
Is it determination to act
or the courage to be guided?
Between these impulses... read more
A mans confidence is attractive to me. There could be someone who is drop dead gorgeous but if he doesn't have the confidence then they seem a lot less attractive than someone with average looks and a lot of confidence. Of course you don't want the person to be overly confident and cocky!
by greencha 6 years ago
Whats the most important thing a woman sees attractive in a man, is it always to do with the visual.What's the first thing a woman looks for in a man?-Is it money,large bi-ceps,big ego,or a sense of humour, and interesting to talk to, a nice smile,caring?
by Sharp Points 4 years ago
Would you date someone you weren't attracted to at all if they had most other qualities you desire?Would you start a relationship with a person who you weren't physically attracted to at all but they displayed almost all of the other qualities you desire in a partner?
by formerbronxboy 8 years ago
I thought it was legs, but found it depended on the woman. I still love shapely legs.
by Holle Abee 6 years ago
I'm talking physical attraction here. For me, a man doesn't have to be handsome, but he has to be masculine. In fact, I've never cared for men who were too "pretty." I like hairy chests, hairy legs, etc. And this is sorta weird, but I've always liked men's hands. My husband has great...
by Breatheeasy3 6 years ago
What Do You Like Most About The Opposite SexSome people have instant chemistry, while others may grow on you with their unique character. Some are just downright "Leave me alone". What's an instant hit for you when it comes to the opposite sex?
by FelineFrance 8 years ago
I am curious as to why it is wrong. I do agree that is there is much more to a relationship than looks. What if you are 5 ft 11 woman and do not feel comfortable dating a 5 ft 2 man? Why is it shallow? Isn't a waste of time going out with a guy who honestly do not find attractive?
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