These are some of the questions you may have about this book, and I will be answering these questions here. It doesn’t take much observation to realize that we live in a society that glorifies the physical, and to be honest, it’s really easy to get caught up in that. We all want to look good in one way or another. We want the world around us to stop and take notice. That is the natural outflow of the fact that we were created to be loved and adored.
Unfortunate, but true. Not in every case, but in many. Let’s face the facts: Your significant other is miles and miles away, you’re lonely and depressed about it, and there are tons of single people in the town where you live. Statistically, you’re probably going to think about cheating.
If you’ve read this far, and none of my ideas ring true for you, then consider this: If he’s busy, he has the ability to fill his life with things that aren’t you. Your inability to do the same may be a turn-off. He may see your demanding to spend more time together than he is willing to spend, as needy and dependent. Apparently, he doesn’t want that.
It’s a common expectation that in the beginning stages of a relationship, the man is the one who should do the chasing. At times they desire to be the one being pursued. It’s really about making them feel loved, and wanted. Poking in that area can actually stir up emotions that weren’t there before.
They’re certainly not the most important factor, and I’d say they matter less the longer you’re with someone; because the better you know them, the more you love them for who they are. However, when you first meet all you have to go on is physical attraction, Then again, someone you don’t necessarily find attractive could win you over. So yes looks matter, but not half so much as people think.
Imagine you are at a dance and out of nowhere there is someone standing close to you. Like a genie they keep popping up, checking you out. Will you feel too shy to ask them to dance? You need to walk, cruise over and introduce yourself and shake the person’s hand and tell them your name.