What is Your Romantic Market Value? 6 Reasons Why People Fall in Love

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“John really cares about you Nickie,” Kiesha said after downing a bite of chocolate milkshake.

“That’s not my cup of tea,” Nickie replied with a disgusted smile on her face.

“Come on, he’s a really nice guy. Give that guy a chance,” Kiesha pleaded.

“He doesn’t even speak proper English. And look at the way he dresses. This guy is from the Stone Age. I would be so embarrassed to be seen with him,” Nikie’s voice colored. She took another sip of the shake.

“I guess that’s what John has to say about you. He doesn’t even look at you, but you’re dying to be in his company. Check out the girls he hangs out with – pageant queens and best cheerleaders. Sports- man of the year doesn’t have time for simple girls like us Nickie. Wake up!” Keisha snapped back.

“Let’s drop the subject. OK,” Nickie slammed the empty glass on the table.

Nickie has shown her distaste for John because of the value she places on John. John had a very low romantic market value.

Similarly, men are attracted to women whom they can introduce to friends and family – trophies or women of high value. Men desire women who will make their friends stare in awe and wonder. We all want partners who can enhance our image and personality.

According to internationally renowned communications expert Leil Lowndes, “the studies support the thesis that everyone has quantifiable value in the free market. And everyone also wants to get the best deal possible in life. The researchers named their discoveries theory of equity (or exchange). of love.”

Simply put, we all want a person who is sometimes called a “take”.

The way to get the best “grip” is to become a good “grip” yourself.

How can we become the best “socket” for the people we want to attract? How can we increase our market value to attract the romantic buyers of our choice?

First you have to accept that most people are attracted to other people who have ratings equal to or higher than themselves. We are hardly attracted to people who are somewhat “inferior” to us.

Lowndes, in his best-selling book “How to Make Someone Fall in Love With You,” says there are six things that are assets when lovers go shopping with their husband or wife:

1. Physical appearance – beauty

2. Material goods – wealth

3. Social position or popularity – prestige/power

4. Information or knowledge – intelligence

5. Social graces, manners, charisma – personality

6. Inner nature – character

“Researchers tell us that the happiest relationships are with people who are more or less equal in each of the above categories. Otherwise, their qualities balance out across the board,” Lowndes said.

Have you noticed that people with money tend to marry other people with money. Children from upper-class families rarely marry into families from working-class families. Likewise, most people tend to marry other people who are almost as physically attractive as there are. Many couples tend to look like brother and sister. Studies from around the world (USA, Canada, Germany, Japan) show that men and women usually marry someone as attractive as themselves.

Yes, people can get involved and engage with other people who may not be as beautiful as them. However, that person would compensate by having a high score in another category. In other words, when a beauty queen marries a beast, she is usually very rich or powerful. Likewise, when a high-status family marries at the bottom of the social ladder, the person is usually either very attractive or very intelligent. There is a good compromise in another section – like Prince Charles and Lady Dianna.



Source by Hilton Samuel

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