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Why Women Fall For Elusive Men

Posted June 9, 2011 by

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There is a Woody Allen quote that best sums up the difference between the laws of attraction for both men and women. “Men learn to love the woman they are attracted to. Women learn to become attracted to the man they fall in love with.” By reading this quote, there should be no wonder why men and women are different when pursuing dating partners.

A recent online dating study proves that women are far more attracted to men who they can’t read and are unsure about.  Women don’t seem to see elusiveness as a sign of the emotionally-challenged because they think men are simply “wired” that way.   Believe it or not, 80 percent of men are distancers while 80 percent of women are actually the pursuers.  When women fall for these types of men, they think they can eliminate all romantic failures with their object of affections by their nurturing nature.  Unfortunately, this only seems to cause more problems and will pretty much guarantee the aftermath of a broken spirit or broken heart.

Women tend to be attracted to men who they aren’t sure are into them or not because just like men, women want what they feel is out of reach.  A lot of women don’t seem to realize that they are not much different from men in regards to these terms.  Some are known to ignore men that actually like them and others are known to be homewreckers simply to get what they want.  In that aspect, certain men and women are quite similar.

Another reason is because just like celebrities, women focus on the people who give them bad reviews.  They want to make sure they are attractive and desirable to a certain man and if they don’t get the attention they seek, they become even more infatuated with this type of man.

Ladies, it’s important to know that wasting your time on a man who doesn’t see what is so special about you is like chasing the dragon.  No matter how hard you try, you will always fail miserably and will feel even lower about yourselves than you already did before.   Beauty is in the eye of the beholder and everybody is entitled to their personal opinions.  Learn to love yourself and focus own your own personal goals and eventually you will meet that man who will sweep you off your feet.

 

 



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Jenny Woodland
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