Relationship Attraction

Single vs in Relationship

 

When a man or woman is in a relationship (i.e., involved, taken), they tend to appear MORE attractive to members of the opposite sex.  Most people believe this and some of us have witnessed it personally, but there is scientific evidence that also supports it.

When a man or woman is in a relationship, it conveys the fact that this person is good relationship “material.”  In other words, they become more “relationship-worthy.”  If someone tries to take your significant other away from you, most likely it’s not anything personal–apparently, it’s human nature.

When someone is alone, it is hard to judge if s/he would make a good girlfriend or boyfriend.  But when they have a girlfriend or boyfriend, especially a socially attractive one, their “real estate” goes up and they become more valuable.   Their worth increases tremendously and others respond to this relationship validation.

In addition, when we are in loving relationships, we convey a sense of security and peaceful lovingness (yes, peaceful lovingness!).  This love radiates from us and is contagious.  Others feel it and want it for themselves, too.

Just know that the world is abundant.  There are plenty of men and women!  We don’t have to take anything from anyone else to get something for ourselves.  Always remember karmic law.  And if it can be taken from you, it wasn’t really yours, after all.

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