Mirror, mirror on the wall

"Don't believe everything that people tell you about yourself."

This is actually a great mantra that I want to keep repeating to myself in my daily life. You know how often we get affected by what people tell us. Negative critisism for some reason some people love to do that to other people. Do you remember the last time somebody told you that you have gained weight or that you look like you have gained weight? I bet you suddenly got self-concious, you actually looked at yourself in the mirror, scrutinized every curve of your body. You might have even uttered to yourself "I'm hideous!" Just because somebody said something about your physical appearance. Not only that, but stuff that people say say about yourself. Sometimes, out of spite, jelousy, or people are just trying to be mean or it's just that they are insecure and sometimes it reflects on the words that comes out of their mouths.

I was in a shopping center when I heard this part of the discussion over the radio. They were talking about the book called "When Men Marry Bitches" The fifth principle to the woman's guide to winning her man's heart is not to believe in everything that anyone tells you about yourself.

Beauty is how one feels inside and is reflected through one's eyes, it's not something physical.

I have yet to read this book and I think it is an interesting read. It talks about what makes a women attractive to a man. Here are some of the myths according to the book:

Myth 1: You have to be perfect.

Myth 2: You have to be his sex toy.

Myth 3: You have to be whatever he wants you to be.

Here are some of the relationship principle according to the book:

1. In romance, there's nothing more attractive to a man than a woman who has dignity and pride in who she is.

2.He marries the woman who won't lay down like linoleum.

3.He doesn't marry a woman who is perfect. He marries the woman who is interesting.

4.When a woman is trying too hard, a man will usually test to see how hard she's willing to work for it. He'll start throwing relationship Frisbees, just to see how hard she'll run and how high she'll jump.

5.Don't believe what anyone tells you about yourself.

6.Men see how you dress, and then make assumptions about your relationship potential.

7.When a man sees you wearing very revealing clothes, he'll usually assume you don't have anything else going for you.

8.When he sees you scantily dressed, he is not reminded of how great you look naked. He immediately thinks of all the other men you've slept with.

9.Every guy knows he can find a girl who is simply satisfied with satisfying him. They are much more turned on by a woman who cares about her own pleasure as well.

10.You can tell how much someone respects you by how much he respects your opinion. If he doesn't respect your opinion, he won't respect you.

You would have to read the book for the detailed explanations of each principle. I find some of the things very interesting. It's also a way of understanding how men thinks. And how some women misinterpret how guys react around them. I think it's very interesting how men and women play a psychological game in a daily manner, sometimes it's just comes so natural that the involved parties don't even know they are playing the game.


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