How Attractive Am I?
How attractive am I? This is one of the age old questions that we are asked all the time. The good news is that you can answer this question effectively in two easy steps.
The first step is to decide what your real “identity” is. What does your true inner self look like? What do you want others to see about you? Your answers to these questions can provide you with the starting point of knowing what your “personality traits are”. After you have identified what your “identity” looks like, you need to determine what your “attractiveness” or “cool personality” is.
This step is very important because it will give you a better idea about how to proceed after you have identified your “personality traits”. People who are good at recognizing their own attractive qualities (including physical attractiveness) and developing positive personality traits are more attractive than those who are not aware of their good personality traits and do not value their looks. Therefore, good personality goes along with good physical attractiveness. The good personality and attractive body can compensate for bad looks if you know what your true attractive features are.
The second step is to evaluate your facial features. Most experts agree that the most important factors that influence how attractive someone is being: Overall physical attractiveness, facial features, and skin color. However, it is important to note that these factors can be influenced by a number of non-physical factors as well. Therefore, it is necessary to evaluate each of the components separately.
The third step to evaluate your “how attractive am I” is to determine whether or not you have any kind of visible physical illness, malformation, or disability. People who are physically sick or disabled often appear less attractive than those who are not physically sick or disabled. This is especially true of people who suffer from some kind of psychological illness or malady like Narcissistic Personality Disorder or Body Dysmorphic Disorder. Although appearance is not the only important factor to consider when you evaluate your “how attractive am I”, it is still a very important factor to consider for anyone who wants to be more attractive than the average person.
Finally, you need to consider your personality traits and beliefs about beauty. If you have a healthy self-image, you should be more attractive than those who do not have positive self-image beliefs. Also, people with positive body dysmorphic disorder beliefs about their appearance are more attractive than those with no such beliefs. Conversely, people who do not believe they have any type of visible disorder are less attractive than those with such beliefs.
As you can see, there are three main factors that play a role in your “how attractive am I?” If you find someone who possesses all or some of the above factors, you would be more attractive than that individual. However, finding that person can be challenging. For those who are looking for an “in” that will help them find someone who is more attractive, here are some tips:
Remember that everyone is attractive in their own way. Everyone has different body shapes, varying amounts of hair and skin, different personalities, and so on. Do not focus too much on how “ugly” you are compared to others if you think you are not attractive. You will find that people you find physically attractive are not necessarily the same as the people you find most attractive on the inside (and vice versa). So, focus on what makes you unique. Find your inner beauty, and work on being the most attractive person that you can.