like you, do you like me? We should like each other. Can we be friends? Will you be my friend? Why don’t you like me?
Caving in to pressure to be nice and to be liked by other people. Niceness as a weapon. Sugar and spice and everything nice. Passive-aggressive competitions, especially with women. Strong need to compare yourself to others to feel valuable. Self-esteem gained through competition. Beauty competitions. Beauty pageants. Pageant queens. Presenters. Hostesses. Selling yourself to the highest bidder. Self-worth built from the reflection in another’s eyes. Too much reliance on outside input. Codependent relationships. Caving in to your partner’s wishes.
You make a beautiful couple. You want to be part of a beautiful pair. You mingle with the beautiful people. People see you as one of the beautiful people. People think you’re attractive. People have expectations that you’re going to be nice, attractive, accommodating, and sweet. It can be hard to find true friends because people easily fall for you. Friends want to be lovers. You’re the type people want to marry. Putting your foot down to suitors is hard because you like the flattery. You unintentionally lead people on. Sometimes you don’t realize that people perceive your charming demeanor as flirting. Naturally flirtatious. People find you charming. People think you’re irresistible.
You need people to react your niceness. You need confirmation that people are pleased by your presence. It hurts you when people are mean or don’t like you. Because you try too hard to please others you get taken advantage of. Nice guys finish last. Putting your self-worth into someone else’s hands. Letting someone else pick your partner for you. Letting someone else put the stamp of approval on your demeanor. Your Venus is in people’s face. You’re a magnet for the current tide of attitudes towards women or from women.
Attracting a high maintenance partner. Attracting an attractive partner. Attracting a wealthy partner. Needing to shoo off the competition. Effeminate. Refined. A lazy partner. A pushover partner. A pampered partner. A spoiled partner. You’re spoiled.
Everyone is prettier than I am. Constant competing to stay in the top percent of attractive people. Mirror, mirror on the wall, who’s the fairest of them all? Superficiality. Mirror gazers. Narcissists. People fall in love with your reflection. You reflect other people’s expectations. You have weak barriers. People think they can touch you or harass you. People don’t expect you to fight back. You get extra backlash if you stand up for yourself. Bitch.
Attracting female competition. Attracting envious women. Comparing yourself to women. Wondering how you measure up in women’s eyes. Women are attracted to you because they see you are attracted to them. When you size up a woman, she becomes more interested in you. Your interest sparks others’ interest in you. I’m interested in you because you’re interested in me. I’m attracted to you because you’re attracted to me. You make me feel attractive. You make me feel beautiful. You boost my self-esteem. You feel good to me. I want to please you. Smile at me.
Projected sensuality. Softness. Ease in company. Ease in social situations. Social grace. Socialites. Elegance. Manners. Culture. You want fairness. You want equality. You want people to get along. You try to smooth the rough edges in relationship. You avoid arguing if you can. You don’t like arguing in public. You want to present your good side.
Being a magnet for jealousy. Inspiring envy. Your wealth attracts competitors. Your looks attract competitors. You inspire a legion of copycats. Nice attracts nice. Sick of being nice. The shadow of Venus. Girl fights. Cat fights. Mean girls. The other woman. Women are afraid that you are “the other woman.”
Confronted, over and over again, with images of the ideal feminine. Female businesses. Nail Salons. Hair salons. Beauty parlors. Fashion. Mixing business with pleasure. In business with women. A female business partner. Women in business. Competitive women. One-on-one female consulting. Female lawyers. Suing women. Women who sue you. Most of your enemies are female. Fighting for women’s rights. Feminists. Female litigation. Laws regarding female mutilation. Spousal rights in marriage. Law of Attraction.
- Partnership Status
- Business Partnerships
- Best Friends
- Open Enemies
- One-to-One Relationships