Why are so many beautiful women unhappy in their relationships?
There are many reasons why we are unhappy in our relationships, to you it could seem small but without realizing it, it could severely damage your relationship.
1. High Expectations
Beautiful women generally have high expectations of their partners. Not necessarily monetary expectations in the form of gifts and holidays, but in time and attention too.
If a beautiful woman makes a lot of effort in her appearance and looking good for her partner, she will expect the same. If she doesn’t get that, she will be disappointed.
Speak to your partner seriously about the lack of time you spend together or the lack of attention you feel he gives you. If his appearance and physical effort is the problem, call him up on it. If you speak up, at least it gives him the opportunity to change and make you both a bit happier.
2. Unworthy Partners
Settling for second best. There is a trend at the moment with mismatched couples. Many beautiful women feel they are of an age where they need to be settled with someone and so they pick someone who is not good enough.
We have all experienced the many different kinds of relationship: casual, long distance, school sweethearts, a long term.
But then along comes the special one, the one you could actually see yourself marrying. Then it ends. The heartache knocks you for six and you take an age to get through it. Could you go through it again?
No. So you pick someone who would do anything to marry you, so that he’s never going to hurt you, leave or cheat.
Suck it up and don’t settle. You will find the person you are best for you, who is better than previous boyfriends because you fit better together. Yes getting through heartache hurts, but it will ease, and you will meet that someone special.
3. Too Much Attention
Whilst it is nice to receive attention and love from your partner, at times it can be too much. Our partner can seem needy, or clingy. This is often seen as something that affects only women but men too can become clingy and too much.
It is often something beautiful women experience that can get so bad it leads to the end of a relationship.
Have an open discussion with your partner about how it makes you feel. Often it’s an insecurity on their part, which can just need some reassurance from you that all is ok.
Perhaps if your partner acquired a new hobby it can detract some of the intense attention away from you and onto something, which they are passionate about a sport or skill.
4. Emotionally Withdrawn
Beautiful women often experience the same pattern of relationship failures and so over time can shut themselves off emotionally from their next partner. Even if they have broken the cycle and are with someone who treats them well, they remain shut down and disconnected.
This could lead to the end of a relationship if the woman is unable to open up. Whilst it’s hard to trust, you must.
It’s all about breaking the cycle of who you end up dating, stop going for the good looking “hunter” and go for the nice guy. The nice guy will surprise you and encourage you to open up without the fear of being hurt.
5. Fear of Fading
A beautiful woman knows that maybe her beauty won’t last and perhaps eventually her partner will leave. This ongoing fear of being left can cause beautiful women to really feel low in their current relationship.
Learn to realize there is more to you than your beauty. You are more than just a face, and if your partner does not realize this, then get rid of him. If he does know, then he’s a keeper.
Can you relate to any of the struggles described in this article? Let us know your thoughts.
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Happiness comes from within, not from some other person. To many people expect that significant other to make them happy , and that is not going to happen.
I feel like I can relate a lot. One thing that has not been said is, that beautitul girls are constantly judged, critisized, excluded from other women. Pretty girls mostly get ignored from other women and they never speak to pretty girls, which make them question themselves and think that they are not good enough, not funny enough, not worthy of being talked to – when in reality they suffer from the insecurities of other women. They can handle it as most girls have confidence by being complimented that much. but if this happens to often, they can become depressive and over judge themselves. These girls can be internally sad for a long time and nobody will care to ask because people assume good looking girls dont have problems. Men find goodlooking women like a trophy. They want to have wild sex with you – they become animals when seeing you. The problem is that pretty girls often concentrate on men – as they seek validation – validation they dont get in real life. Cause girls hate them, dont compliment them and so on. Pretty girls are more likely to be raped. Pretty girls get brutally attacked by jealous women and suffer the consequences of toxic behaviour patterns. Whatever they say is being brutally judged. Pretty girls are often just tired of other peoples behaviours. Of ignoring men wanting to have only sex with them, of not finding friends, of being with guys that are not on their level, a general lack of trust with other people.. girls are just extremely harsh with pretty girls – trying to get them down..
And they feel unhappy because they were excluded and have the feeling of not having the right to be happy.. so they often pretend and pretend to be someone else by struggling through life
You conveniently left out being too picky and very shallow.
Those are the main reasons why.
To hear women, they all struggle with love whether or not men consider them beautiful. That indicates a different cause to the complaint.