i agreee but depending on what type of you....your presenting as.....I my self am a casual dresser.. I have many beautiful garments but am more comfortable in flats and jeans.. also because i have animals... . but if you were to speak to me I am highly intellectual and enjoy conversation thats worldly or scientific by no means fiction as a place in my brain. I have dated down intellectually and was in a very ltr ....it just doesnt work out...the mind has to be stimulated as well as other aspects of a relationship.
Some times, it depends, in my opinion we are all different people and in the same time we are all the same ( humans ). Everybody attracts people that are atracted to them at that particular point of their life and vice versa .You will also see different people atracting eachother. Atract a man that is compatible with my desires and personality is the best for me because this way we can meet each others needs.
I totally agree with this statement. I am currently in the process of finding my true self. I feel I have grown out of all of my friends except maybe 1 or 2 because we are on the same path and help each other grow. I continually look for people who have the same goals and challenge me to continually grow into who I see myself becoming.
It is true on some level. Because you will mostly attract those where you socialize in real life (not always online). But then again, you do attract who is interested in what you are when they may be the polar opposite. It's all about balancing each other out. One may be wild and the other down to earth, one may be a dreamer and the other a realist. But it also boils down to how much do you support the other's life goals. The relationship cannot be altruistic because in the end it may bring unhappiness because the altruistic one may feel unfulfilled for not having taken their own personal goals into consideration.
Very cut and dry statement and filled with problems, such as: we are multifaceted human beings presenting different self's to the world. We may be a parent in one role, a child in another, a boss in another. We may feel competent in one role, vulnerable in the next.
We are not one thing. We are made up of many energies. Who we meet has a lot to do with with where we are at the time. Where do we find ourselves?
Do you agree or disagree with this quote? “You attract what you are, not what you want. So if you want it then reflect it!” -Tony Gaskins
Remember, that thinking of Attraction is driven by what your thinking about most of the time. If you're attracting what you dislike the most, your attracting the sum of your fear. More accurately are attracting what you THINK you are. You could be lovely and smart and sadly taught by predominate relationships that your invisable and dull mentally, you'll attract the level of comfort of your self perception.
I attract what I want and what I dont want, But only stay with what I want. 2 people just alike for me = boredom. I would not want a clone. Two people that complement one another with similar interest is a start, but not all the same interest because then your partner becomes your backpack and Everyone needs to breath thier own air sometimes, even in a relationship.
As William Shakespeare said,,,,Love looks not from the eyes ..but from the mind..
I love this quote as I think this is so very true in my experience.I know I am always drawn to someone of a similar mindset to myself....regardless to a great extent of age or looks.and it has worked vica versa
However...I have to admit I have also attracted my fair share of clowns! haha : ))
..altho none on this site yet thankfully!..
i think i disagree. if people are too much alike i think things might be a little mundane. shouldnt we learn and maybe take with us the good qualities that we "adopt" or learn from others close to us that we admire and / or respect?