To be more attractive to men, you should focus on developing positive qualities like confidence, respect, honesty, active listening skills, and generosity; elements of physical attraction, like highlighting your favorite features, flirting like a pro, and maintaining a healthy body, should be developed as a secondary focus.Have you ever been faced with that impossible question from a friend?
These are things that I admire and wish I saw in myself. But sometimes I wonder if my quippy response is correct; is it really intimidation that keeps the men from my fabulous friends?
And if they are intimidated, is that good intimidation (as I suspect), or is it more of a turn-off thing?
Betchen some of the things he has heard clients describe to him as the qualities they look for in a woman.
“While change continues in the gender arena, many men still use words like: pretty, sweet, affectionate, and sexy, along with the usual ‘bodily descriptions.’ It all sounds as if they’re describing a ‘feminine ideal.’ But beauty and attraction are subjective.
We women have our ideas about what men find intimidating, but what do men say they find intimidating and do they see that as a good thing?
I asked six men what qualities they found intimidating in women and here is what they said.So if you identify with these traits, it doesn’t mean men see them as a negative thing, and it likely won’t be the reason he doesn’t ask you out. It seems to me it would be more helpful to remind our friend that she is awesome and she is going to meet a guy who is the right match.If we are trying to communicate to our friend that she is, in fact, intimidating, do it in a tangible way.But also remember that some guys might just feel threatened by an assertive woman—and that’s his problem, not yours.“An assertive and powerful woman is against a gender tradition that many still hold onto, explains licensed marriage and family therapist and certified sex therapist, Stephen Betchen, Ph. “For example, some men have trouble tolerating a woman who is more successful than they are—but we’re seeing more and more of this.There are over 2 million more women in college today than men.”I asked Dr.[My girlfriends] see this in a positive light..of them wish they had more of a backbone and ask for my advice on how to emulate my demeanor." Katie: "I'm very direct.