Attraction is there at the beginning, or it never fully shows up to the same extent. What determines attraction – and why can’t you ‘create’ it?
This is going to be a weird article for some readers.
On the one hand, I’m going to challenge some basic assumptions you may have. But on the other hand, not really.
If you’ve read here a while, you’ve seen me comment that attraction is either there or it isn’t; you cannot ‘create’ or ‘build’ attraction. Though if you read enough of my articles, you can probably find instances of me using the phrase ‘create attraction’ or ‘build attraction’ to talk about something I’m suggesting you do. This article is about what, exactly, it is you cannot ‘create’ or ‘build’... and what other thing(s) you can build/create. Along the way, as we go, I hope you will discover some new ways of looking at attraction that lets you better use it in your courtships with women.
To get away from the confusion, in this article I will divide the thing we commonly call attraction into two (2) discrete daughter elements:
- Fascination, and
How these two play off each other throughout a courtship will be our focus today.