I actually didn't have to say anything to my daughter. She was already pretty and she had her mother as her role model. Her mother, my wife, has always maintained her beauty and stayed in wonderful shape.
Unless my daughter was obtuse, she noticed that her mother was exceptionally pretty so she likely connected the dots that men like pretty women. I don't know why that's a bad thing because it's the truth.
We all know that kids watch what you do and not what you say anyway. If both her parents modeled the importance of staying fit and looking good for one another, then I'd guess that she got that message. I'm all for being the best you can be for your mate or potential mate, whatever quality or qualities that might be.
My daughter married a good man and they've been happily married now for going on 8 years. Whatever we did, it seemed to work out well. I give the majority of credit to my wife for raising such a wonderful young lady.
There is a fourth option, which is that some women do not want men to learn how to attract women, because then those women might make the mistake of having sex with someone who is behaving as an alpha but is really a beta.
Thus, for these women, men are supposed to "just get it" (i.e., just be alpha), rather than learning how to act alpha, so that those women can avoid betas pretending to be alphas.
Tech, I agree man, that men can learn to be "Alpha"--but how would say for example, a "beta" man *act Alpha*?
If he's an emo hogbeast with poor hygiene and dresses like a Walmart reject, and he embraces "Alpha" attributes: develops more masculine attitudes, dresses sharp, improves his social skills and charm, improves his hygiene, and gets to the gym and becomes an iron beast, it seems to me that he has *become Alpha*. There is no *acting*. Does that make sense? These changes, in scope, we're talking 6 to 18 months, maybe two years, depending on how much of a hogbeast he was at the beginning. These are real changes, a total transformation. Help me understand, brother! Posted via Mobile Device