Tuesday, July 8, 2008

Gender and Well-Being: Attraction is not a choice

This may not seem like a public health issue. It's not being reported by the World Health Organization, but hundreds of people are suffering from the affliction. I found this resource on a new site I discovered called HOWCAST.COM.

The affliction is thinking you can make someone attracted to you. Leads to thwarted expectations and unnecessary upsets in men and women. We focus all our attention on the one we find attracted and fail to get what this speaker presents: Attraction is not a choice. Check it out! Getting this might leave you with a lot less suffering around the so-called rejection some of us think we experience when the person who is the object of our attraction simply says I am not attracted to you.

David DeAngelo Advanced Dating Training Programme (Part 1)

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