It might seem arrogant to deem someone as having low value, or low mate value.

And, it’s not easy to be the ‘mean’ girl, sitting there, evaluating a man’s mate value.

By mate value, I mean the signs that show a man’s overall value as a romantic partner. It also refers to his potential reproductive success. For example, a strong, confident man would most likely have more reproductive success than an unhealthy, lazy, unconfident man.

I know it seems unfair. But without me even saying it, we all make many (not all) decisions to be romantically involved with, or even be friends with day to day, based on how much value that person presents. It happens everywhere around the world.

And the best thing about it is that mate value can be influenced within ourselves. Our mate value can go up or down if we want it to, and so can a man’s. And women owe it to ourselves, to evolution, and to other women around her, watching her as an example, to choose good men.

No need to feel guilty about judging whether or not a man is low-value.

Forget feeling guilty about it. Men evaluate women harshly too — and men understand naturally, that when they invest in a mate (ie: commitment), that she better be freaking good.

This is not our choice. It’s what we naturally want when we date: High value for our investment. A good catch, basically.

No man wants to willingly put his emotions, money, time, energy, resources into a woman who wants to show up low value.

And, women don’t want to invest their time, energy, money, resources and emotions in a man who shows up low value.



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