Should You Compete with Beautiful Women?
Dating can feel very competitive. In today’s marketplace when a date is as simple as a swipe left or right, it’s easy to feel like the only way to get a boyfriend is to be the most beautiful woman in the room. Looks are sold as the only factor in determining how lucky in love some people will be. Women are constantly using filters, fillers, and the latest makeup trends to become more physically attractive. At times spending thousands of dollars towards their appearance.
When so many women are working so hard, and investing so much into how they look, the average woman might feel ugly in comparison. Every woman has had a moment where she didn’t feel attractive compared to others. In dating, it can be very discouraging. What should you do if you’re not the most desired woman on Instagram, or you feel like you aren’t attractive enough to get the man that you want.
This is a common feeling women have but it’s totally out of place. Love is not reserved for the most externally beautiful person. Meeting the right person is about matching energy with the person who is a fit for you.
No one has your charm, your personality, your mind, or your spirit. Even if you believe other women are better looking than you are, that doesn’t mean that their energy will attract the man who is meant for you away for you. Dating is more than just about looks. It’s about how we feel when we are with someone who truly cares for us.
In a video by dating expert Dan Bacon, he breaks down why the most attractive women can struggle to find love.
Whether you are looking for a boyfriend or interested in getting into a serious relationship with the person you’re currently dating, these six scenarios explain why the most attractive women, aren’t your competition and how you can avoid these traps to meet the man that is right for you.
1. It’s easy for her to attract a man for sex, but not so easy to keep him in a relationship.
2. She either gets hit on by bad boys and players, or put on a pedestal by nice guys.
3. Confident, good men rarely approach women that they find attractive.
4. Most good guys don’t feel worthy of her.
5. Most guys assume she already has a boyfriend.
6. She seems unapproachable, but she isn’t.