What Makes You Magnetic To A Man?

This is article #56 to be published on the Get The Guy blog from my brother Stephen. Steve helped co-write the Get The Guy book and is a wealth of knowledge on dating and relationships.

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In last week’s post I talked about keeping a guy ‘off-balance’ and how you can do it.

One thought from that article was that people are more magnetically drawn to us when we aren’t 100% predictable in our behaviour and thoughts.

I’ve been thinking this week about other traits that make us ‘magnetic’.

I believe magnetism is an essential quality that makes anyone fall in love with us (or at least want to be around us), and therefore a quality we should all aspire to have.

So what is magnetism?

Magnetism is not the same as physical attraction.

Physical attraction is when we create an animalistic tug in someone that drags their eyes in our direction. It’s a flat stomach, cute dimples, puppy-dog eyes, a great smile, a suggestive tattoo, curves in the right places…whatever happens to wake up your blood.

And that physical stuff matters. I won’t lie. There’s no way of having lasting attraction without visual chemistry first.

Diet and exercise, having nice hair and attractive make-up, straight teeth, good posture, wearing fashionable clothes that accentuate your femininity: all of these things do essential work towards turning a guy’s head.

But magnetism is not the same thing.

Magnetism is an unseen but powerful quality we create through our actions. It’s what keeps someone’s gaze in our direction once it’s already there.

When you are magnetic, people are sad to miss out on your company. Friends want you in their life more and more. People want to work with you. A woman who is magnetic is usually the kind of woman a man tells his friends is ‘wife material’.

It’s in things like:

  • Your ability to bring up the mood of those around you (i.e. be a positive influence).
  • Having people look forward to a conversation with you, because you know how to get them to open up about what matters to them.
  • Being someone who can be counted on to make life an adventure.
  • Always having new books, films, theories and ideas you’ve discovered recently. (People committed to having new input are always interesting company).
  • Being known as someone who follows through on your plans, rather than being another talker.
  • Showing the ability to think and act independently and not follow the most popular, conventional or safe opinions of those around you. Be a leader in your own life.
  • Being kind and acting with class to everyone you meet (Do you really want to introduce a snobby jerk to your parents/siblings/cousins?)
  • Not looking down on others who are less successful, good-looking, or happy than you.
  • Being able to handle problems in your life without breaking down or complaining, or looking to someone else to ‘save’ you.
  • Being able to understand your own shortcomings and not hide from them constantly. Maybe even having a sense of humour about them. And never letting your insecurities control you.
  • Not being filled with envy and being able to praise good qualities in others.
  • Being a person who would rather try and fail than not try at all (and who can laugh off the failure afterwards).

These are just a few that spring to my mind.

But as this is a recent thought I’ve had I’d love to keep the ideas flowing on this topic.

So with that in mind, here’s today’s question: What are two qualities you think make someone that ‘magnetic’ person you just want to have in your world? Let me know your thoughts in the comments below.

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  1. Clara says:

    Kind and Growth Mindset are the most 2 Magnetic qualities but the Magnatics person in my dictionary has lots and lots more. A dream come true:)

  2. Rainbow says:

    Allowing oneself or another patience for thought and a thoughtful reply in conversation is magnetic. People are often rushed to respond or respond appropriately in discourse, but a thoughtful response is a signal of: actively listening (hawt), giving the speaker the gift of time/importance (invaluable), and value in understanding (endearing). These are effectively gifts of authenticity and creativity in what would’ve been average exchanges (hot toddyliscious).

  3. Jolly Joseph says:

    Very well cheeky. Great artilce

  4. Jolly Joseph says:

    After letting him gain confidence and let him fix something for me and he want to participate in a active afternoon date i want him to let me do 10percent and see how much effort i put in it. I dont want hime to take the relationship and make it what he wants.

  5. Anastasia says:

    CS Lewis wrote: often the way to get a quality in real life is to act as of you already have it.
    If you pretend to be well-disposed to those around you, you will presently see yourself becoming so.
    (this works also in the opposite direction, if you snub someone you dislike you will dislike them even more)

  6. Anastasia says:

    An excellent article! Reminding us to be decent people.

  7. Dorcas Quinones says:

    I find an infectious laugh and a sense of humor, not making others the butt of jokes, but being funny. I am the queen of “smartassery” lol (yeah I made that word up) and believe it or not I am drawn to a bit of a smart ass.

  8. Rebecca says:

    Humour is an unmistakable quality that makes people drawn to you and want to be around with you more. Being a little mysterious can also be something that draws people as they become curious about who you are, it’s like trying to figure out the magician’s secret.

  9. feryal says:

    what if you are living in a place that you cant have any experiance to meet someone i really need your help Mathew..

  10. Pam says:

    Someone who is great at something while being humble, Who is logical and intelligent but doesn’t always need to hear the sound of his own voice. Gets right to the point but not in a mean way.

  11. Arianna says:

    I am drawn to people who are resilient and have an unwavering optimistic attitude. This goes hand in hand with seeing the good in others – unconditional positive regard and understansing. Also, those who can hold a conversation and/or participate equally with interesting ideas and perspectives. There is nothing sexier than a man who can banter in a playful/witty way. ;) I am also drawn to people who are passionate. Whether it be about their life, people, or their career. I believe that when a person feels like they have a solid purpose, they exude confidence.

    There are many more, but you only asked for two… and I already exceeded that limit. :)

    Love this article, Steve!

    Warmly
    Arianna

  12. Kimberley Thiessen says:

    I love how you and Matt are teaching people how to “get the guy” by reminding them of the basic fundamentals of healthy relating/ relationships. …like being kind, thoughtful and respectful to others, not excluding to oneself :) Wonderful article!

  13. MJ says:

    I’ve always thought this came from being authentic. Just being who you are! Putting your best qualities first, and even someone who is humble enough to admit their faults. Easy going. Humorous people, they make you feel relaxed and happy, because if they are funny, you’ll be laughing. They disarm you, make you feel comfortable and at ease to be who they are!!

    • Lisa says:

      I totally agree!! I liked that you kept it Simple, it really does boil down to somebody who can make you feel so comfortable and Alive just by being so comfortable and Alive themselves :0)

  14. Mandy Quintana says:

    a person who just portrays happiness and makes you want to be a part of that good vibe !! Someone who can make you smile just by being in their presence !!! I am a waitress and I always vow to put on a smile and create a sense of happiness for others !!! I have been told wothout even doing anything really that I have changed someone’s day just by being sweet and giving them a simple smile !!!

    • Lisa says:

      You sound like you have one of those Magnetic Unforgettable Smiles hahah. My Best Buddy Edwin described a Waitress like that not to long ago to me, that it had nothing huge to do with her Accomplishments or Grand Success but just a beautiful Blue Collar Princess that was watering everybody happily and helping them live blissfully in the Moment :0)

  15. Marie Johnson says:

    This is a great read!! Feel like the get the guy book has changed my outlook on finding lie hugely but still struggling in areas like.. I’ve been interested in a guy who I know professionally for a few weeks
    We get on really well flirt laugh compliment and know a lot of people in common and even more interests!
    I’ve invited him along to group nights and he even said he would come to a night event I was going to but I’m worried he looks at me in a professional friend but I want more! Any advice?

    • Lisa says:

      I totally know that feeling. It sucks, my Heart goes out to ya. The best way to find out if he likes you as more than a Professional Friend I think is to talk to other Guys while you’re hanging out with him. If you sense the Jealousy flare, that’s usually a sign that he digs you beyond the Platonic Level

  16. Lisa says:

    Steve this Article was Awesome!! You are such an Amazing Writer, always able to effectively clean out the hard to reach Areas in my Inner House. Yes having True Class around People you don’t know is SUPER Attractive, nobody wants to date a Prick who will suck at the Social Chemistry Department. I like how you pinpointed someone who will follow through with their Plans too, this is a good Positive Expectation I want to work on living up to. Thank you so much for Communicating this List to me, I really value it <3

    Two Qualities that make a Man Magnetic to me? I would say someone who has a real Authentic Zest to their Natural Rhythm, and someone who is highly In Tune with their Spiritual Worth. Someone who donates their Skills and Talents generously to strengthen the Community you know? (Like you and Matt :0)

    • Pixie says:

      Love your points, especially donating skills. I had a recent encounter where I was explaining to someone my business and his response took him from someone whowas attractive to someone I wouldn’t look at twice. I explained to him I own a lawn service, I’m trying to raise funds to switch equipment over to battery and solar powered and get a trailer that can charge them while working. Once I get that I’ll still keepmy prices on ppar with gas powered lawn services so we can expand and save for the long range electric truck and offer more than just the hardship clause I offer my customers now. He asked me why I would want to do such a thing and told me I should raise my prices ecause people will pay for it and pocket the extra profits. “You don’t get into business to help people or change the world. You get into business to make money.” Complete turn off. Lol

      • Lisa says:

        OMG I totally get where you’re coming from, I can’t stand that ¨Money over Long Term Principle¨ type either. That must’ve sucked for you though, I don’t think anything shatters Trust more than someone disrespecting your Values in that way. I think you Leading by Example is really cool, I became a Tree Hugger Myself by just feeding off the Passion of those who went out of their way to Recycle and love Mother Earth back the way she deserves to respected. The Story with this Guy will be an amazing one to share with your Grandkids or Community one day, I think you should turn it into a Kidlit Book about a True Princess’s Values :0)

        • Pixie says:

          Thank you that’s very sweet. It wasn’t really that bad. It just meant the date was over fifteen minutes before the meal was. He’s a good guy just a little to money for me, but it’s something I’m going to need to get used to if I’m really going tomove to LA next year and take my business national. :)

          • Lisa says:

            Yeah absolutely Pixie, it’s good to have somebody Business/Profit Oriented to look out for you since Financial Security is something we all value, as long as they communicate their Suggestions in a High Caring/Respectful Way, not a Trashy Disrespectful Way. I get the latter a lot so I’m probably still speaking from Sore Wounds, but it’s good that you don’t let it get to you that way

  17. Ellie says:

    I love an open, smiley face and someone who is up for doing different things – chilled or adventurous.

  18. Cindy says:

    A man is magnetic to me if has qualities that make me want to be more and do more than I already am. Being involved in charity work or being adventurous are things that I want to do more of, but are outside my comfort zone. When I see a guy who has a love of those things, I am immediately drawn to him.

    A witty, dry sense of humor is also very appealing to me.

    • Lisa says:

      I love what you said with ¨A Man who inspires me to Be More and Do More¨ I was just thinking about that today! And I get what you mean with the last part too, although from my Experience I would call it, ¨Someone who is miserably in Tune with the Ugly Truths of Life¨ hahah. I like someone who I can laugh with about the dark stuff instead of someone who is overly/unempathetically Optimistic you know?

  19. Helga says:

    Wow! Stephen, this is great content. I am blown away by your thougts and the inspiring comments that everyone is sharing. Thank you for the inspiration. Lots of love from Holland :)

  20. Kristiina says:

    I love when a person is Smiling a lot :) not always, but most of the times.
    Someone Who is not afraid of touch. Like, gives you hugs and kisses.

    And when you out these two into one it equals I FEEL SO MUCH LOVE !!!

  21. Victoria says:

    1. Intelligence, combined with attentive listening to others.
    2. Sense of humor, frequently self-deprecating and not immediately obvious.

    The first trait shows that a man is comfortable with his intellect and does not need to prove it with incessant talking. He also knows the value of listening.

    The second trait demonstrates a combination of mental sharpness with occasional vulnerability. In my experience, Englishmen excel in this. (I am not English.)

    Victoria

  22. Bente says:

    People who make me laugh, who can I make lough and we can lough together without any reticences…

  23. Phoebe says:

    1) someone who is comfortable in his own skin
    2) someone that has the right balance of maturity and fun/youthfulness!

    .)

  24. Penelope says:

    .)Gentlemanness (not a word but should be one), it is oldfashioned and does not go along with my feminist mindset but it gets me to fall in love every time.

    .)Conscentiousness (punctuality, letting someone know when you run late, calling back when you said you would, being reliable, keeping your word).

    .)Honesty/Authenticity

    I know this is three, but those three make the perfect combination for me.

    • Lisa says:

      You are so cute!! The first one touched me the most, I don’t think most Feminists would ever say that. You have a very Authentic Swing to you too, I hope you find your Mate that hits all those Spots for you :0)

  25. Daniella says:

    Hi

    Two traits that I find magical are:
    1. Realizing how much we do think alike.
    2. Someone who is genuinely interested in getting to know me.

    Thank you for a moving post!

  26. Claudia says:

    Hi Stephen!

    Good read once again. Thanks for keeping up the blogging!

    Two traits I find magnatic are:
    – Someone who can teach me something. I find it really interesting to learn new things. However it should not be schoolmasterly. Both sides should have a good time and not feel frustrated afterwards.
    – Someone with whose sense of humor is not built on making fun of others. Uplifting and kind personalities are much more enjoyable to be with.

    • Lisa says:

      OMG I’m so glad you pointed out your second one. GUYS NEED TO GET THAT!!!

      It’s so cool that you really value Class like Stephen

  27. Shev says:

    What a great article, Stephen! I loved all the points you highlighted, but especially being kind and acting with class. I think being respectful, warm and gentle could be added to that! I often think children are able to sense this right off, and will be drawn towards a person who possesses these qualities, despite their outward appearance! These individuals have the ability to make one feel listened to or cared for!!
    Another trait would be a great sense of humour and quick wit – but not mean spirited or belittling. To find the humour or charm in a situation and be able to appreciate that! Such an amazing quality and can put people at ease! That can go a long way, especially in this day and age where people are stressed.
    Another is a person who does not have the focus of attention, inward and on his/her self. This person can be able to help when needed, hang back if that is what’s required, but is aware of how others are doing, not on how others are making him/her feel!
    Thanks again for the interesting blog!
    Warmest regards,
    Shev

  28. Kristine says:

    Magnetism for me is someone who you can just tell has a passion for life. What he does, where he lives, and how he handles himself shows a love for life. If course not everything is perfect, but he doesn’t let the hard times get him down.

  29. Amber says:

    Passion is magnetic for me! I love sharing conversation with people who speak enthusiastically about the little things. Not just what they’re passionate about in general but trivial things that others take for granted; a project they’re working on, the best cheeseburger they just ate (haha, “almost sexual” in Matthew’s words), something that happened to make their day better. You can feel the vibrational energy raise when you speak to these kinds of people, it’s like a verbal/energetic high.

    Also, people who are eager to be alive and thankful for the gifts each day has to offer. They make the most out of the moments they have, seize the day and find blessings in the most unexpected places.

    (cliff notes version: passion and gratitude!) :)

    • Phoebe says:

      passionate people can make anything seem sexy ! .)

    • Lisa says:

      Amber your Response was so Beautiful!! I loved it and totally get where you’re coming from. Guys that are Overexcited/Passionate about Random Everyday Little Things make me laugh, and Overexpressing Gratitude is rare in Males so when I spot one it’s like seeing one of those Lisa Frank Unicorns hahah. I agree that both of these Qualities definitely make a Man extremely Magnetic!

  30. Katie Easter says:

    Magnetic people in my life really listen without judgment and try to understand me. Magnetic people love to have fun also. Always looking for an adventure.

  31. Andrea says:

    Someone who’s magnetic has something to offer to your life and they bring a lot to the table.

    Knowledge of what’s going on in the world and the ability to validate my feelings are what draw me in.

    • Lisa says:

      Loved both of your Points!! You worded them Perfectly, I agree that what seperates a Magnetic/Extraordinary Person from just an Overall Attractive one is their ability to bring something Truly Special and Unforgettable to the Table. And the ability to validate your Feelings one is Super Rare, at least if you have Complicated/Frustrating Knots that nobody else can seem to Understand/Support.

      Awesome Answer, thank you so much for sharing!!

  32. Di says:

    I had the experience recently that I was attracted to a person I’m not usually attracted to… you could say that it wasn’t “my usual type”. I started thinking what it was that attracted me so much….

    This person was just so full of life and everything was so exciting… they dragged you into this whirlpool of energy that you really wanted to be a part of. That alone was probably the biggest part of my attraction.

    But also we made each other laugh… it wasn’t just about one person making the other laugh… but we had so much fun TOGETHER! When you laugh so hard that your stomach hurts and also when you know that you could just sit there and feel comfortable talking to this person forever. That’s very magnetic to me!

    • Lisa says:

      I totally get this feeling!!! You Articulated it perfectly, there’s something cool about just laughing and having a Blast Together Naturally instead of TRYING to be funny to impress the other person. I hope you hold onto this Person, it’s what the best Life Companions are all about!

  33. Pixie says:

    Someone who captives me is someone who is optimistic with a passion for life, not like they’re portrayed on tv, but someone who sees the good in most any situation and not constantly dwelling on the negative. Say they wanted to go for a hike and the weather was great the forcast called for sunny skies and warm weather all week then the day comes and it rains they would be like that sucks I was really looking forward to it, but hey I got to read that book I’ve been wanting to for the last month. Another example would be if a family member died they would still be hurt and sad. They might say I’m glad they are not suffering, but I miss them.
    Another thing that draws in me is presence. I don’t mean life of the party, because you can be doing nothing just standing there listening and have more presence than the person who is laughing and joking everyone. I don’t know how to really describe it but I’ll do my best. Someone with presence exudes confidence, but that’s not all, when they walk into a room you know they’re there and I don’t mean in a menecing way. It’s more like the air around them is charged and you can feel it. It’s almost like they are in command of the room. When they speak people don’t just hear them, they listen. When they are just standing there people unconsciously mimic their stance or movements or other peoples movements move around revolve around theirs. It’s like watching a dance where the dancers are all connected by strings and one person is in control and their actions have people moving with them in either similar or opposing movements even if they are not watching them or in the same group.

    • Lisa says:

      This was such a cool Answer, I totally get what you mean! Someone who is Optimistic in a Mature and Admirable way and inspires you to dance to the same Rhythm with your Life. And what you observed about a Person’s Presence was so cool, I love how you went into further detail about someone who is just Listening and everyone can still feel the charge of their Aura at the same time. I never thought of it that way before, that is so cool and people should definitely bring this point up in Leadership Seminars too. It’s not just about being a Highly Skilled Performer, but being a Highly Skilled Receiver is equally as Important

      • Pixie says:

        Thank you Lisa. It’s nice to know someone understood what I was trying to convey. I was a little worried I wasn’t making much sense and people would wonder what I was blabbing on about. :)
        I’m sure everyone else that you have taken the time to read and respond to are equally as appreciative, even if they don’t reply back right away. Keep being the beautiful person you are and have a wonderful day. :D

  34. Darla says:

    “A theology built on love, acceptance and Jesus is always a head-turner” -Bob Goff I would say a man built on these same things does it for me :)

    Love reading everyone’s answers!

  35. Ruta says:

    1. Presence – someone who is present with you in the moment, conversations, with their and your emotions, someone who makes you feel like you are the center of their life now.
    2. Sense of self/authenticity – when it feels like a person knows who they are and how they are. Even if they’re not loud, they know themselves, so they treat others with integrity and authenticity.

  36. Sarah says:

    For me, the most magnetic trait a man can possess is a calm temperament in stressful situations. This is so rare!

  37. Ellie says:

    i think people who lose themselves in the moment, allowing silliness, true feelings and enjoyment show through. Too often people are afraid to open up or relax and it makes them hard to relax with.

  38. Kathryn says:

    When you say, and people think of life being an adventure it is always thought of purely in the literal sense. A parcel came just before Xmas for my son from the hospice. It was a copy of David Walliams ‘Demon Dentist’ signed to him specifically by name, and when we read it together I wanted to cry. The young lad in the story only has a father, who is confined to a wheelchair and they have wonderful adventures together in their minds. I’ve never been to space but we went to a talk, with another signed book! by Stephen Hawkings daughter Lucy about space travel and the cosmos. Films and books take you to places, but we have a perception in society that the only way to have an adventure is to go to a far flung destination. Which would mean anyone that had lost limbs or suffered an accident or been born disabled in any way cannot experience or want to experience adventure. Life is a wonderful adventure, it’s a gift. X

  39. Eli says:

    Hi,

    Interesting article!

    I think confidence + being compassionate towards others and herself make a person magnetic!

  40. Anna says:

    Hahaha I am just like this :D naturally xD you just described how I am :) glad I am like this then :) great post Stephen

  41. Kathryn says:

    Stephen,
    I love this train of thought following on from last week. I’m thinking;
    – New input from arts, ideas and also from the world around us. New innovations, current affairs, humanity. Being open-minded, not prejudiced or overly judgemental.
    – Being a physical person who doesn’t shy away from hugs, contact, reassurance, friendly touches.
    – Seeing the beauty in life, where it lies.
    I know this is three, not two. But as I am the first to comment this week, I thought you’d let me off

    • Kathryn says:

      Apparently I’m not, but we all know by now how very nice you are x

    • Lisa Young says:

      Your Answer was so Beautiful Katheryn, thanks so much for sharing!! I especially liked what you said about Guys (or Women too) who aren’t shy when it comes to showing Affection or Reassurance, that was so fucking Cool

      You are a Natural Poet, the way you Write is absolutely Beautiful

  42. Nastia says:

    1. Someone who can handle the eye-contact who can look at you and really listen look so deeply that you can sense how they are feeling. I just really value people with eye-contact =))
    2. A person who is inlove with life. Who wake up and take up day as new challenge. Charismatic.

  43. Agnes says:

    Hey Stephen,

    Thanks for sharing your article.
    Very positive food for thoughts.

    Two qualities that makes someone magnetic in my eyes are :
    ●A sense of humour – to be able to laugh from yourself and situations around you. So attractive and sexy when the guy is able to laugh and make a jokes.
    ●Being adventurous – exploring the lands you haven’t seen before, trying the things you haven’t experienced yet. I call it looking out of your little comfort box.

  44. Vavavoom says:

    How do you balance these too?

    Always having new books, films, theories and ideas you’ve discovered recently. (People committed to having new input are always interesting company).
    vs
    Being known as someone who follows through on your plans, rather than being another talker.

    An example: sharing with others in conversation a new sport i’ve discovered that i’d like to start/try.
    This is an example from my life. I decided that I wanted to try out pole dancing, but i also knew that i had other things i had to prioritize financially and i think i might be able to start in spring. however i told a friend about it in december, but was that a mistake now that i haven’t started yet?

    • Nastia says:

      Its cool as long as you’re still up for it =)) we all have stuff in our life happening and we cant always do something we really want to do. Because life is unexpected you could want to go to china but next day you get fired.. Meh not your fault : P

      • Lisa says:

        I agree, as long as you have a Reasonable Reason don’t be too hard on yourself, I would give Myself Credit for choosing to be the most Responsible Version of Myself too

    • Pixie says:

      I believe that as long as didn’t give your friend a time frame that was not within your reach, that you’ve made plans and set a goal of when you’ll do it and you don’t keep pushing it back you’re fine. I think the problem is when you talk about something but have no intention of ever doing it or you do make plans and you just keep putting it off or sidelining it for things or making excuses not to do it.

      • Lisa says:

        Yeah when I read that part in Stephen’s Post I felt it in the Context of honoring a Promise that really means a lot to Someone else. Not staying True to it for Selfish Immature Reasons like you said damages Trust and can cause others to lose Respect for you

  45. Dawn says:

    For me someone who is intelligent, that I can have a good conversation with also, who will listen without predujice, when I have a problem in my life, not needing to rescue me or tell me what I should do, just listen until I’m done moaning. That is magnetic to me. X

  46. ordinary girl ;) says:

    1. adjusting to different love languages, being keen to observe what is needed for the moment.giving the other person that “benefit of the doubt” not to jump into conclusions but learn to trust.

    2. a guy who knows how to control his anger in an intense situation-or control his desire to lay every women he meets ;) or a guy who’s not scared to wear pink ;)lol…or show his emotions to me-duh?!cry if you wanted to.that’s very manly and masculine.

  47. A. says:

    Good question. I’ve been so busy trying to be magnetic I haven’t thought about what makes someone magnetic to me. :-)

    1. Kindness – Sucks me in like a magnet.
    2. Attentiveness – Wish men really knew this.

    Good thoughts, Stephen! I enjoy your articles. Will Matt ever write again here or will he just do videos and I Heart Radio videos? I like the videos but miss his writing voice.

    Thanks!

  48. Harry says:

    I feel being confident with oneself in every single situation is magnetic in a guy. If he respects women that is again another trait I’d consider magnetic. Although having beautiful smile and eyes would be considered as a bonus ;) :D

    • Lisa says:

      Yeah I would definitely say a Man who truly Respects Women definitely makes Him stand out especially with all the Pop Culture BS that’s polluting everyone into Pigheaded Monsters nowadays. Watching this Season’s ¨Battle of the Exes¨ is a perfect Example, the Conversation last Week with Zach calling Women ¨Born to be Inferior to Men¨ was absolutely disgusting and even worse that no other Men called him out on it and set his Ass straight. I hate that we see Women standing up for OUrselves and each other but no REAL Men backing us up and even worse jumping on the Losertrash Bandwagon instead

  49. Tammy says:

    The two qualities that draw me to someone are kindness and a sense of humor. A guy can have a million bucks in the bank but if he’s rude or takes himself too seriously I’m totally turned off.

  50. Michelle says:

    Two magnetic qualities are manners and respect. When a person has a quality of having manners they become more attractive and inspiring. And when a person can show respect to others that means they respect themselves and take pride in their way of life.

    • Lisa says:

      Absolutely I totally agree. It’s very rare where I am from to see people who passionately value Deeply Rooted Manners and Respect, I am so glad you do and hope People will feed off of it

  51. Slobodanka says:

    Great stuff. You always amaze me, Stephen. :-)
    What i really like in any human being is when i see he/she cares. When they really look me in the eyes and tell me ”i get you”. That heals my soul. And, off course, to be positive.That is appealing, to me. Love you. :-*

    • Lisa says:

      Yes absolutely. I think a lot of us feel the same frustrations of not feeling truly Seen or Heard so someone just taking the time to make you feel like you’re Supported and Understood can mean so much

  52. Erynn Haskins says:

    These are great! basically what I get from this is be positive, be independent, be progressive.Love these and i totally agree they can make a person very magnetic

    • Lisa says:

      I love that you pinpointed Progressive. That is so True and Inspiring, I was just thinking recently how that’s the best way to Inspire someone who is feels stuck and Unmotivated and Counterproductive. Good for you for throwing that Gem in the Mix <3

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