’t get me wrong; i do not think that physical attractiveness is the #1 most important thing in terms of a “romantic” partner (otherwise i would have dated the “gym girl” despite here obvious promiscuity), but i do know that it is important..s: and don’t tell me that physical beauty fades with time and only inner beauty is eternal! the practical problem the practical problem with letting "attraction" lead the way in finding a spouse is not profound: it doesn't work. i once counseled a christian brother in his dating relationship with a great woman. but most men who are physically fit and somewhat attractive are not interested in marrying a woman who is grossly overweight, has a bad attitude or both. in the same way, god has graciously given us physical attraction, chemistry, and pleasure to make marriage and its unique intimacy that much sweeter to us.?I agree that singles looking to marry need to be realistic about the mundane aspects of married life (someone who needs constant romantic drama/stimulation is not a wise marriage prospect), but i find the constant downplaying of the importance of sexual attraction really irritating.
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) basically, the reader says she forwarded the infamous “brother, you’re like a six” boundless article to a single male friend whom she felt needed the ~advice, and he wrote her back a lengthy reply that basically reads like typical manospherian reasoning on the subjects of looks, chemistry, and attraction. have read a lot of articles on the internet that have to do with the importance of physical attractiveness and romance in relationships. most men aren’t going to marry – or even begin pursuit – for lack of sexual attraction, and most women would be depressed to find out a man would pursue them without having any sexual attraction. not only are they both really attracted to each other physically, but also love each other spiritually. of christian dating advice acting like physical attraction is an either/or proposition. what he’s looking to hold his marriage together for “many, many, many years” is sexual attraction, he’s setting himself up for disappointment. physical attractiveness (as defined by the world) fades in 100 percent of people, including you.