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“There’s nothing more attractive than someone with passion for something, who looks at things positively and is always seeking to better themselves.”
Attraction is a tricky subject, probably because it’s subjective. But whether you agree or not, there are certain traits that could turn any frog into a prince or princess. Although physical attractiveness still plays a role, a person with passion and positivity is like a breath of fresh air that you just wanna be around with.
“People are highly attuned to the positive emotions of others and can be more attuned to others’ positive emotions than negative emotions,” so said Belinda Campos, lead author of the study that looked at the impact of positive emotions on relationships.
Several studies have explored the influences of personality of perceptions of physical attractiveness. A 2010 study by Swami and colleagues found that although all groups of men in their experiment agreed on the body shape that was most attractive, positive personality information affects their perception of beauty, broadening the range of body sizes physically attractive, compared to the control group. On the other hand, groups given negative personality information found a significantly narrower range of body sizes they deem attractive.
This suggests that physical attractiveness is not the only thing one wants in a partner. As one similar study by Kniffin and Wilson concludes, “If you want to enhance your physical attractiveness, become a valuable social partner.” Be the person you’d like to be with and you’ll be effortlessly attractive. Investing love into your life is like an inner glow that no amount of makeup can imitate.
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