In my previous post I talked about how to be more attractive and stunning without paying too much attention to physical appearance such as looks. Often times your appearance is not enough to make you attractive - you may wear latest designer shirts, the most expensive wristwatch and even the cutest footwear that ever exist and you are still perceived as unattractive.
I took time to share some other factors that should be considered aside from the looks which is widely focused on by majority of people. I made mention of the fact that negativity should be avoided as much as possible in its entirety. Positivity should be embraced and made the order of the day in your everyday life as it opens new opportunities which looks would not.
Further, I made mention of seeing the bright side of life always and avoiding the ups and downs of life to take control of our emotions in a bad manner by making you sad and gloomy always. Never be pessimistic but optimistic about issues that surround you. Also, it was noted that people are more attracted to their partners or crush when they have an hobby, interests or something they have passion for. Having hobbies and interests makes you look more attractive to them - you don't have boring/idle moments as a result.
In this concluding part I shall talk about two or three more points and end the post. To be a good listener is also a key factor to look stunning to people. There's a general belief that people are willing to talk than to listen. It is advisable to listen carefully when you are on a date, for instance, and also ask questions to follow-up. This shows that you have interested in what s/he is saying. Avoid combative listening.
Don't take being sophisticated and enlightened for granted. Try as much as possible to be informed about your partner. We all do a little background study about an organization where we want to go for an interview. It isn't bad to do the same about our partners. It surely makes us attractive to others. They will be thrilled that you took extra effort to know about them and what they do.