What makes a person attractive?

What makes a person attractive? I’m not talking about physical attractiveness, but qualities that make a person beautiful.

Have you ever seen a person who is physically appealing, but when you talk to them or see how they act towards others, they are totally unappealing?

What are attractive qualities? Examples include:

* Sensitivity– Being sensitive to the needs of others. How can being caring, supportive, and being a good listener not be sexy?

* Sense of humor– Life can sometimes be difficult. Isn’t it refreshing to be around a person who can make us laugh?

* Genuine smile– A genuine smile makes you and the person you’re with feel good. A smile can make you appear more trustworthy and easy to be around.

* Confidence– A person that feels good about themselves, not conceited, will act confident, dress confident, and will radiate a positive attitude.

* Integrity– How can a person with integrity not be attractive?

* Politeness– How a person acts towards you and others is a definite attractiveness factor.

Can you mention any other qualities that make a person attractive? I’m interested in any thoughts or comments that you have.

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2 Responses to What makes a person attractive?

  1. I was going to say sensitivity, but since you put that first (of course) I would add intuition. It’s a type of sensitivity, I suppose, but I find people who have great intuitive abilities extremely attractive because I am also intuitive and click very well with folks who don’t need tons of explanation about what I’m about, where I am in my life, etc. They’re like old friends you can jump into a conversation with without having to catch up on everything that happened since you last left off. There is nothing like having the opportunity to make a friend who knows not only what you’re thinking but that you know that they know what you know they’re thinking. :)

    • Cliff Harwin says:

      “There is nothing like having the opportunity to make a friend who knows not only what you’re thinking but that you know that they know what you know they’re thinking.”

      Isn’t that the truth Laura!

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