5 rules of relative dating
Fresh sources 22 December From today, The Center for Fine Art Photography in Fort Collins, Colorado, hosts its annual competition exhibition, featuring responses to the themes of ‘Water’ and ‘Portraits’.
This year, photographers were encouraged to interpret and respond to the themes with , and the selected entries are varied in subject and technique.
Your are well aware of your inner feminine self and you instincts to nurture and love, but you suppress them (as you've been implicitly told to do by your parents or the culture around you) and men assume you are cold and boring.
You know that you are an incredibly sexual person, but because of your strict conservative upbringing, you cloak it in "modesty" and men are turned off.
A statement that often accompanies women's complaints about not getting the men they want is something to the effect of "I know I am a catch. The reason for this is simple: your self-perception of your potential is roughly accurate, but you aren't living up to that potential. You know you can be a fun and exciting person to be around when you feel comfortable, but you haven't confronted your insecurity in social situations, so men don't realize this.
You know you have a great figure, but you haven't learned yet to show it off by correcting your posture, so no one notices it.
Incidentally, this also explains why most people have such an aversion to settling: our subconscious knowledge of what we "should" be able to get is achievable (if not currently accurate), so it seems defeatist to accept something less.
At most, it is a reliable source of advice for women who want to improve their chances with the opposite sex.