Dating very attractive women
Despite those relationships not working out in the long run, they did end up being some of the most rewarding dating experiences I've had.And I've gotta say -- it DOES have something to do with their looks.Put it this way—when I was single, if I had a chance to sleep with…I don’t know…who is the most distasteful female celebrity? To me, that’s the perfect metaphor—very attractive women ARE celebrities. And while it might seem like a great ride being a celebrity, tell that to poor Britney. Or any of the people who crumble from the pressure and attention foisted upon them.
She doesn’t want to settle either – so don’t make her feel like she’s settling when she meets you. If you see an attractive woman and want to meet her – you’re not the first man to try. Here’s what 99% of men do: Try to get over their approach anxiety and eventually approach the girl.
Some people out there are making dating MUCH too complicated.
Of course, getting really good with women isn’t easy. But just because it’s not something you can do in an afternoon doesn’t mean that it has to be to make the most of her genetic gifts and spend the time at the gym, the spa, the mall, the hairdresser, and so on. They think that these women are all vain, or unintelligent, or shallow (or they say that that’s what they think – usually they just resent a history of rejection from beautiful women).
Akin to a beauty contest scorecard, a person's attractiveness is ranked from one to 10.
And generally, it's presumed that the beautiful Amazons among us (the eights, nines, and 10s) should only date each other -- while the "uglies" of the bunch (the twos, threes, and fours) must stick to their own Quasimodo kind.
My problem is that it never leads to anything more than that. You may be insecure, but people have trouble believing it. When you’re constantly put on a pedestal, it’s hard to be in sync with “normal” people. That last one is just my observation about beautiful people and doesn’t necessarily apply to you.