Getting clear on the why sends a vision of what you want to the Universe.I’d love to share an exercise that can help you with manifesting a good man into your life. Come back to this exercise often and use it to refine what it is you do and don’t want when it comes to a man and why. The what and why is what you put out into the Universe. Just keep an open mind so you’ll be able to see him when he does show up in your life.came to the big screen with the message…if you think long and hard enough about what you want, it will come your way.People started furiously trying to think their way into manifesting homes, cars and the man or woman of their dreams.Don't put all the weight here on her shoulders please..always takes two. You might have yourself a "good on paper" match with someone who has all the qualities on your checklist, but you just can't get romantically into them. I wouldn't tell her this as it would probably break her heart and possibly make her feel very bad about herself. I would make up something or do something to break it off and keep the other's ego intact. Yes, it's possible to love someone you're not physically attracted to but they are generally called friends and relatives, not lovers.Don't get caught up in other peoples' judgment, drama, and personal experiences.This creates a tug of war inside of you and what happens is the message you’re sending out to the Universe becomes unclear so it can’t be answered.
On a sheet of paper write at the top: These are the qualities I desire in a man. This will really help you get clear on why you want a certain type of man in your life.
Love for your significant other requires an equal balance between physical attraction, emotional caring, psychological support and spiritual oneness. My 2-cents Well, if I really loved her, I'd tell her about this. Don't blame her if she's pissed at you, but the best thing to do is just be honest and tell her you don't see it going anywhere. As to your question, I do not understand how you can date someone for two years and think their qualities as a person are great but not be attracted to them.
I don't know about you, but I usually know within the first couple of months if I'm going to like the person enough to be with them long term. I would think that even if you meet a person and your not that attracted to them, after getting to know them, they would start to be more attractive to you. No I do not think you can love someone that you are not attracted to as if you loved them, you would be looking at them through the eyes of love and you would be attracted to them.
Remember that we are the largest free online dating service, so you will never have to pay a dime to meet your soulmate. You're 31 now, will YOU yourself be as attractive to women at 41, 51, 61 when your belly grows bigger as you become less active?
Is it possible to love someone that you are not physically attracted to? You might have had surgery (broke a limb or terrible accident) that left a visible scar at 32 and you left the woman you've been dating for 2 years because you're "NOT" physically attracted to her, but you become less attractive yourself.