How you look is not the issue
Of course we all assess potential partners’ looks as part of a selection process. That is usually the first criteria we apply – do they look the part? Do we look the part?
It’s not that I think you should completely ignore appearance in your search for love. I don’t think you could, even if you tried to.
But you can and you should be able to look past it – otherwise you’ll always be reducing yourself and others to only one, shallow dimension of attraction.
There is no way you’ll ever be happy, truly happy in love, if you measure yours and other people’s appeal primarily through looks.
And here is why.
What’s your opinion on the importance of looks? Do you feel your chances to find your one are heavily dependent on it?
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