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13 Behavior Mistakes That Push People Away From You When You First Meet

Why do some people seem to attract others’ attention while others prefer to spend their time alone? It turns out that our appearance and personal traits aren’t the only factors. Some habits push us away from people to the point that we don’t want to talk to them...READ THE FULL ORIGINAL ARTICLE HERE▶▶

13. Illiteracy

If you haven’t found love yet, it’s probably time to brush up on your spelling. According to a survey conducted on match.com, an online dating site, 96 percent of women do not want to communicate with someone who is uninformed. Men, on the other hand, are less strict when it comes to grammatical errors. Nonetheless, most people are more concerned with precise spelling than with a potential partner’s extra weight or self-doubt.

12. Sleep deprivation

Before a date or a crucial meeting, we should obtain enough sleep because those who are sleep deprived appear less appealing. It’s not only about how we look: individuals unconsciously tend to avoid those who appear to be ill. Sleep deprivation also makes us nervous and irritable. According to scientists, it just takes a handful of nights without sleep for you to start pushing others away. People will treat you as a trustworthy and nice person if you get enough rest.

11. Stress

When we are stressed, our bodies launch a chemical “factory” in which the adrenal glands create cortisol, adrenaline, and prolactin (in women.) When your cortisol level is high, you tend to push potential partners away. You don’t even have to meet in person: merely looking at images of each other will disclose that you’re both stressed out.

10. No hobbies

To attract the other gender, you don’t have to be very attractive. According to a survey conducted on an online dating service, creative people are just as popular as handsome people. What exactly does that imply?

Men are drawn to women who enjoy sports, dance, travel, and art.
Men who travel, work out, cook, and don’t sleep at the movies are what women fantasise about.

9. “Wrong” smell

To attract the other gender, you don’t have to be very attractive. According to a survey conducted on an online dating service, creative people are just as popular as handsome people. What exactly does that imply?

Men are drawn to women who enjoy sports, dance, travel, and art.
Men who travel, work out, cook, and don’t sleep at the movies are what women fantasise about.

8. Teeth problems

Healthy teeth and good oral hygiene are important factors in determining whether or not to go on a date. Internet users believe that a person’s teeth might turn them off, even if everything else about them appeals to them.

7. Poor manners

You may not be given a second chance if you have poor table manners. People consider loud eating to be one of the most revolting behaviours. Calling your date and eating off his or her dish are also prohibited. You’re also likely to fail if you take someone on a date to a fast food restaurant or order meals with a lot of garlic.

6. Gothic paleness

Our skin tone has an impact on how we look. According to scientists, a yellowish pigment in our skin tone makes us appear more beautiful. The fact is that melanin and carotenoids, which are responsible for skin colour, are also important for the immune system. People unconsciously seek a healthy companion, which is why pale skin repels them.

Here’s some good news: to seem more appealing, you don’t need to spend hours at the beach. Consume more vegetables and fruits, particularly those high in carotenoids, such as carrots, tomatoes, apricots, and mangoes.

5. Self-confidence

Confident men are preferred by women. A man who is grumpy and gruff attracts more attention than one who is cheerful. It’s a reality that cheerful guys are disliked by women.

Men frequently assume a woman is restrained or snooty if she is overconfident. A male is unlikely to ask a girl out if her entire picture indicates, “I have really high self-esteem.” As a result, a wide smile will undoubtedly catch the attention of a gentleman.

4. Non-heroic appearance

Small facial scars can dramatically improve a man’s appeal. However, they tend to attract mainly short-term relationships; those who want to create a long-term relationship require different attributes. But don’t overdo it!

3. Laziness

People who are active are more likely to meet a partner. It’s not just because they spend a lot of time at home watching TV that lazy people are less successful. It’s all about our psychological mechanisms: ancient peoples despised and dismissed those who preferred to do nothing. The same can be said of modern folks.

2. No friends

People with a large number of friends appear to be more appealing. A person’s defects “disappear” in a group because they appear more similar to the average group face, which is more appealing than the individual faces of the group members. That is why, in the appropriate company, even a simple girl can be a queen.

The cheerleading effect is a psychological term for this phenomena. Cheerleaders, for example, may differ (beautiful or not) when evaluated separately. They all look great together, though.

And here’s some good news: you don’t need a lot of attractive buddies to look good. It only takes one attractive companion to boost your chances.

1. Silly risk

Women enjoy guys who take chances, but not dumb risks, according to studies. Extreme sports, poor habits, and unsafe driving, in other words, will not appeal to women. Taking risks, such as putting out fires or working with dangerous animals, transforms a man into a hero and a fantastic partner.

About the author

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JOLOWO BUNALAYEFA PIUS is the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) for BUNADY NEWSLITE GLOBAL ENTERPRISE (Bunady.com). He started his Blogging/Journalism career at God's Own Wireless Company 2012. He's a graduate of Adekunle Ajasin University Akungba Akoko Ondo State, with a major in History And International Studies. You can contact him for press events, advertisement promotions on Email: contact.bunady@gmail.com

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