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There’s a lot of debate about building attraction when it comes to dating.One of the perennial debates is whether looks make a bigger difference than, say, one’s personality. Star Trek debates as both sides try to convince the rest of the world that the other are shallow homonculi or people deluding themselves about their chances. It’s a generally accepted truth that people who are conventionally physically attractive have an advantage when it comes to dating.If a girl doesn't approach or initiate contact with a shy man, nothing will happen.This is true, but handling this situation isn't as simple as you might think...Source: Shutterstock After sharing a guest-post on step-parenting from the step-child’s point of view, one commenter asked an interesting question: “Should a man with no kids be hesitant to date a woman with kids?
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So if you’re not the best looking man around, let’s talk a little about how one goes about building attraction over time.
In evo-psych circles, a lot is made out of one’s “mating value” : that is, the aspects of attraction which are intrinsically based on certain favorable traits.
One would assume that the plain, even homely, people out there are for all intents and purposes, shit out of luck. In fact, the attractiveness of physical looks changes rather drastically over time.
If you’re not blessed with Tyson Beckford’s smile, Ryan Gosling’s dreamy eyes and Brad Pitt’s abs, you may as well just hope to find someone who’s willing to put up with you in order to avoid a life of desperate loneliness, right? While being stunningly good looking helps with than appearance.
Except, as it turns out, there’s actually an answer. Not only do visual signs of health – clear skin, facial symmetry, etc.