Many have noticed such a phenomenon: a beautiful girl often left alone. They are much less successful in relationships than their lackluster girlfriend. Psychologist Yaroslav Samoilov has told, what’s the problem with lonely beauties. Reports Clutch.
1. Cliche: a beautiful woman can’t be alone
Men often believe that a beautiful woman must be a man. Failure hurts their feelings, so they are much easier to approach the plain.
2. High demands
Confident beauties less compromising and easier to change partners. With a huge number of fans it is difficult for them to settle for a choice, and they often think of those if you can find someone better.
3. Intelligence, as a weapon
Men even in our time it is difficult to believe that a beautiful woman can be smart. Of course, such an attitude Angers the beauty. In the end, she can throw all the effort trying to prove to the world your intelligence becomes so advanced spiritually and knowing that the fans just start to fear it.
4. Aggressive sexuality
If a woman is at her beauty looks defiantly – wears plunging necklines and intimidating height, Kabuki, lipstick red lips – of course, she will be walking the crowd to get her in bed. It’s not that “all men want one” just like it takes.
5. Ignorance of male psychology
Yes, men love with their eyes, but in a serious relationship is much more important is the spiritual aspect. A strong man does not want to build a long-term relationship with a woman who is all the time that he proves and literally drinks the energy out of it – these things are far more important than the scope of the waist and breast size.
We will remind, after 19 years of marriage the most beautiful Ukrainian couple.
Earlier Znayu reported divorced women told why their marriages broke up and what they regret the most.
Also Znayu wrote why to be single in their 30s has become a global trend.
Dave Zakarian has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Koz Post, Dave Zakarian worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella.