” Knowing that this is a loaded question, I usually find some politically correct answer that seems to pacify them for the moment and move on. Not trying to speak for the entire single Christian male population, I’ve done some smaller-scale research and have come up with some non-scientific results in order to help women to better understand guys, as well as attempt to educate some men out there, if willing.Attraction and Admiration Many men are actually attracted to and admire women who are independent, self-assured, and established, no matter what some of you may think.Men in the latter group are those who may enjoy a stronger type of woman, who does not necessarily replace their mother, but are a satisfactory substitute or augment their mother in the relationship.Men in the former group are more confident, know what they want and enjoy what they do.They are usually ones who enjoy less “high maintenance” types of women and doing things for them out of desire rather than out of obligation or need.
Many of them are “mature,” single, well established, have great jobs, own their own home, are very independent and are very happy.
They travel the world, they fix things around their homes and they serve in leadership roles in their church.
Have you and your friends ever looked at something, like a situation, an inanimate object, or a person and have come to totally different conclusions about it? I love how the human mind works – how fast it takes in data through the eyes, processes and compares it to personal desires and experiences in the mind, and formulates an instant impression.
I know men do this well, sometimes too well, especially when it comes to women (so I’m reminded by some of my female friends).
There is respect for what they’ve been able to accomplish in their lives and who they are as people.Some of these skills are obtained out of necessity, but nevertheless many men find these qualities quite attractive.