Who does a man want in his beloved?
A woman does not have to have rare beauty and an outstanding mind in order to fall in love and bind a man to herself. Let us take a few examples from history confirming this. For example, Maria Benckendorf. This unremarkable outwardly woman circled the heads of many prominent men, among whom were M. Gorky and G. Wells. The lack of beauty did not stop her from marrying many times. Wells was so in love with her that he even left her a decent legacy. And remember the Dali muse named Gala. This ugly woman who abandoned her husband for the sake of Salvador Dali, for many years inspired the genius to create immortal masterpieces. M. Gorky (center) and M. Benckerdorf Photo: Source What was so special about these women? How did they win the love of these extraordinary and talented men? The answer is simple: in them men found the strongest female sexual energy, much more attractive than beauty. Today, it is common for some men to inspire a woman that she plays a secondary role and that little depends on her. Not feeling her femininity, necessity and importance for a loved one, a woman rebels against him. Ganging up on her beloved, she ceases to help him advance in life, does not develop with him. Instead, she begins to saw him, constantly demanding something and shows her displeasure, blaming the man for all the failures. Staying in this state, a woman is not able to give her beloved the energy that is necessary for him to accomplish. A man does not draw strength and inspiration from her, so he begins to look for another woman who can give him this. The unwritten law says that we receive from life exactly as much as we give. What can psychology of relations tell us? What woman does a man see as his chosen one? Her four roles should be harmoniously combined in her: lovers, mistresses, queens and girls. Our typical female mistake is that we choose one or two roles for ourselves, forgetting about the others. Salvador and Gala Dali Photo: russian7.ru Most women, becoming wives, limit themselves to the role of a good housewife, ceasing to glow with passion, as befits a lover, or look at her husband with admiration, as a girl would. But this is not enough for a man, he doesn’t get the necessary emotions for him, so he begins to think about looking for them from another woman. What qualities are inherent in each of the roles of a woman? What do they give a man? Let’s try to figure it out. The role of the hostess stipulates that a woman should show such qualities as practicality and calmness, the ability to take care of her beloved. In fact, we are talking about satisfying the husband’s physical needs: tasty food, creating a cozy home atmosphere, so that the man would be comfortable and calm, so that he would take care of himself. The response of a man should be expressed in respect and gratitude to his wife. The role of the queen means that a woman should behave with a man as a beauty who knows her worth, possesses good intelligence. This means that she needs to demonstrate to a man such qualities as self-confidence, judiciousness, and inaccessibility. The queen satisfies the intellectual needs of men. She gives her chosen one interesting communication, can advise something sensible, share information useful to him, as well as friendship and the desire to earn her favor. The response of the man will be not fading interest in her, admiration and respect, as well as gifts. A woman should behave with a man as a beauty who knows her worth. The role of a girl provides for the capriciousness, defenselessness and admiration of her man, which a woman should show towards him. This gives her emotional power over her beloved. The girl gives her beloved her attention, admires his merits, shows trust and respect. In response, the man gives her his love and affection, his willingness to protect his girl, to make her pleasant in the form of various gifts.