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Conversely, just 0.3 per cent of men were attracted to women who boasted about being happy.And it is not just men who apparently want to be able to make their partner content, rather than finding someone who is already feeling good about life - just 0.4 per cent of women were turned on by the idea of a happy man.Part of it, too, is that there’s more of an understanding (or at least there’s supposed to be) that hiring and applying for jobs is, well, business not personal.
The adjective was the eighth most attractive word for women to dub themselves.
Calling yourself 'shy' - and even 'happy' could be turning off potential mates while describing yourself as 'curvy', if you're a woman, is more likely to lead to a dinner date.
Unsurprisingly, it turns out both genders are looking for confidence in their other halves - so whether you're using an app or a website, shouting about your self worth is likely to work.
Online dating will damage your self-esteem and leaves people more upset about how they look.
A study has found putting pictures online, to be judged by strangers who can swipe right if they like you or left to reject you, only leads to insecurity.
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The men were asked to rate their body satisfaction, in categories such as ‘muscularity of arms’, ‘leanness of stomach’ and overall body build.