⚠️ Psychological facts about OLDER WOMEN that you didn’t know! ⚠️

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[Music] here are some psychological facts about women that you should know if you want to become the lover they desire 93% of men do not know these facts and are rejected when they try to conquer a woman watch this video because by knowing these facts about them you will be part of the 7% of the most attractive men in the world before we begin I would appreciate it if you like the video you can help me continue spreading the stoic philosophy if you are not subscribed I recommend you subscribe and activate the Bell to avoid missing any videos if you like the topic of this video please comment with the number one if you don’t please comment with the number two to let me know so I can make better videos in the future psychological fact number one if she teases you then she is interested in you if a woman teases you and gives you nicknames she is most likely attracted to you and is using this playful approach to gain your trust because when it comes to falling in love women only know how to express themselves through body language and playful teasing if you are truly interested in her I recommend that you help her achieve her goal by expressing your own interest in her one way to take advantage of her game is to play along with her telling her what she wants to hear you could say I know you call me that because you like me do you think I haven’t noticed the way you psychological fact number two women like womanizers there’s a phenomenon called pre-selection that reveals that women find men three times more attractive when they notice the interest of other women in them this also happens when a man is surrounded by more women so I suggest you get some female friends and start going out with them and observe how other women look at you these friends don’t necessarily have to interest you more than just for company and to create that pre-selection effect on you that will increase the interest of other women in you making it easier for you to flirt with the woman you really like the alpha if you know how much you help me by liking this video you would do it right now did you already do it okay let’s continue psychological fact number three women fall in love because of smell according to one study if a woman likes a man’s smell she is more likely to fall in love with him by 85% according to the federal University of Rio De Janeiro women have 50% more neurons in the ol Factory bulb than men making them more sensory oriented that is why knowing how to choose the right fragrance will give you a significant advantage in the game of sedu ction wait until the end of the video to see which fragrances piak their interest the most psychological fact number four they are drawn to men who get their way if you go too far with a woman at first you will almost certainly get rejected however if you treat her with respect and a little neediness she will make herself available to you develop trust and feel free to touch her it’s always about reading her body language and recognizing the signals or gestures she makes when she wants to be close to you Psych logical fact number five they feel something for you but don’t tell you if a woman interests you it’s essential to avoid being her friend from the moment you meet her according to a study 68% of women admitted to considering having a love affair with a guy if they had known they could get their way that’s why I suggest you make it clear from the beginning not directly but by subcommunication that you like her if you want to know how ask me in the comments psychological fact number six women love men who understand their language women appreciate it when you notice the signals they emit through their body language consciously or unconsciously as not all men know how to read these signals or the language they use most to fall in love women tend to be more shy than men they’re afraid to express their love for you first they detest rejection and therefore avoid it at all costs the idea of a man rejecting them doesn’t even cross their minds that’s why they use their body language to tell you how they feel if a woman makes a gesture to intentionally make you fall in love she expects you to play along and if she sees that you don’t catch what she’s trying to tell you with the signal she simply stays silent and forgets about it if you’re interested in learning about these signals in women’s body language ask me in the comments the next piece of information is a very interesting strategy that you can use psychological fact number seven women are concerned about their appearance during intimate activities women are picky about the design and color of what they wear beneath their clothes but they are most concerned with looking good when engaging in Intimate activities instead of remaining silent tell her how nice her lingerie looks you’ll notice that by boosting her ego in this way she’ll be more likely to dress up and look more appealing for you which will serve as motivation for her to see you again psychological fact number eight women experience more Sensations with a man who connects with them when you understand the psychological complexity of the female mind you can enhance her satisfaction when engaging in Intimate activities because women are less physical than men and operate more with the mind and Sensations that’s why I suggest you be less direct with women and be more subcommunity strive to be a little more emotional so that you can easily connect with them take your time with her before doing anything together ask her questions that prompt her to express herself emotionally and this will make her feel that you understand her very well and believe me she will fall much more in love with you with the following piece of information you must be very careful psychological fact number nine women love their friends more than their Partners some women are capable of loving their best friend more than their boyfriend it has been proven that women’s friends have the ability to stimulate their emotions more because when a woman leaves her partner at home to meet with a friend her mind enters a more sensitive State as she heads to that encounter with her friend she has no Prejudice she knows he won’t judge her and will support her emotionally with their friend they receive an emotional satisfaction that makes them confuse this feeling with love so it’s better to prevent your girl from having any trusted friend because there can be a betrayal at any moment unless the friend has wings of an Angel psychological fact number 10 women are willing to go on dates solely for food surprisingly 38% of women accept dates solely for free food according to US statistics emphasizing the complexities of determining the motivation behind a woman saying yes to a date so before you ask a girl out make sure she’s actually interested in you ask me in the comments if you want to know how to tell if a girl is interested in you remember at the end of the video I’ll tell you which fragrance to use to awaken her senses psychological fact number 11 when they are upset they prefer you to approach them if a woman is upset with you she will feel better if you try to figure out why she is upset by paying attention and showing empathy understanding them can be difficult at times but they were born with the ability to experience emotions they are not as emotionally stable as us men both positive and negative emotions stimulate them that’s why they often fall for the guy who mistreats them I’ll explain it later for the time being get used to the emotional games that women enjoy playing regarding psychological fact number three about which sense stimulates women here are some of the aromatic Essences that most stimulate women Jasmine and lavender in 2017 a study was conducted with two groups of men and one group of women each of these women spent time with two men individually one of them wore a perfume lacking these two fragrances while the other wore a perfume made with a Jasmine based Aroma it was found that Jasmine based fragrances efficiently stimulate women and make them feel more attracted to the man wearing them you can find several perfumes with these fragrances on the market such as the famous Dior Sage thank you for watching the video Until the the end please like this video subscribe and leave your comment until next time imagine facing life’s toughest challenges with unshakable calm and Clarity this isn’t just a fantasy it’s the promise of stoicism a philosophy that has empowered Minds for centuries today we dive into 10 life-changing stoic habits inspired by the great Marcus Aurelius designed to transform your 2024 so let’s get straight to the point one embrace the present moment Marcus IUS a Roman Emperor and a stoic philosopher emphasized the importance of living in the present the concept of living in the now is not just about ignoring the past or future but about a profound understanding that the present moment is the only one in which we have actual control our past is immutable and our future is uncertain it is in the present that life unfolds to embrace the present moment start by cultivating mindfulness this means becoming acutely aware of what you you’re experiencing in the here and now without judgment it’s about noticing the sensations in your body the thoughts that pass through your mind and the emotions you feel this practice can be done anywhere and at any time while eating walking or even during a conversation another technique is to engage in activities that absorb your full attention often referred to as flow activities this could be anything from painting writing playing a musical instrument or even engaging in a challenging workout these activities help anchor you in the present moment pushing aside worries about the past or future furthermore embracing the present moment also involves acceptance acceptance of the current situation your feelings and your thoughts it’s about acknowledging these elements without trying to change them this doesn’t mean being passive or resigned it means recognizing that the only real moment you can influence is the present one lastly regular practices like meditation or deep breathing breathing exercises can help train your mind to focus on the present these exercises aren’t just about relaxation they’re about developing the ability to return your attention to the present moment again and again building a mental muscle that can bring you back to now even in the midst of chaos two control your perceptions the stoic concept of controlling your perception centers on the idea that our experience of the world is shaped not just by events but by by our interpretations of those events according to Marcus Aurelius it’s not what happens to us that matters but how we react to it to control your perceptions start by recognizing that you have the power to choose your response to any situation this begins with self-awareness understanding your habitual thought patterns emotional reactions and the narratives you tell yourself once you’re aware of these you can start to question them are they true are they helpful do they improve your life or the lives of others challenging negative thoughts is a key part of this process when faced with a difficult situation instead of immediately reacting with anger frustration or despair take a moment to consider alternative interpretations ask yourself is there another way to view this situation what can I learn from this how can this challenge Help Me Grow another aspect of controlling perceptions is focusing on what you can control and letting go of what you can’t this doesn’t mean becoming passive or indifferent it means recognizing that expending emotional energy on things outside your control is unproductive and can lead to feelings of helplessness and stress furthermore cultivating a positive outlook can dramatically shift your perception of events this doesn’t mean ignoring reality or being overly optimistic but it does mean looking for the good in situations and people focusing on Solutions rather than problems and recognizing opportunities for growth and learning three practice gratitude gratitude in stoicism is more than just saying thank you it’s a profound appreciation for what you have an acknowledgement of the value of the people experiences and things in your life practicing gratitude shifts your focus from what you lack to what you possess fostering contentment and peace to practice gratitude effectively make it a daily habit start or end your day by listing things you’re grateful for these don’t have to be grand or extraordinary they can be as simple as a warm cup of coffee a conversation with a friend or the feeling of the sun on your face delve deeper into gratitude by reflecting on why you’re thankful for these things this deepens your appreciation and reinforces positive feelings for instance if you’re grateful for a friend think about the qualities they possess that enrich your life or recall specific instances where they provided support or Joy another way to cultivate gratitude is to express it this could be through a thank you note a kind gesture or simply telling someone how much they mean to you expressing gratitude not only makes you feel good but also strengthens your relationships gratitude can also be practiced in challenging situations when faced with difficulties ask yourself what can I learn from this how can the situation provide me with an opportunity to grow or help others this approach doesn’t deny the hardship but helps to find a silver lining however small it may be lastly consider keeping a gratitude Journal regularly writing down things you’re grateful for can change your brain’s default mode over time making it naturally more focused on positive aspects of life this doesn’t mean that negative thoughts or experiences disappear but that they are balanced with a conscious recognition of the good four reflect daily daily reflection is a vital stoic practice that involves introspection and Analysis of one’s thoughts actions and emotions in relation to their core values and beliefs this process is not about dwelling on the past or self-criticism but about learning and growing from daily experiences the first step in Daily Reflection is to create a quiet space and time for yourself ideally at the end of the day this practice is about disconnecting from external distractions and focusing inward it can be helpful to have a journal or a digital document where you can record your Reflections Begin by reviewing your day recalling the events and your reactions to them ask yourself questions like what did I do well today where did I fall short of my ideals how did my actions align with my core values what could I have done differently this process is not about judging yourself harshly but about honest and constructive self-assessment recognize your successes and give yourself credit for your efforts and achievements no matter how small acknowledge your mistakes too but instead of dwelling on them focus on what they can teach you this is about learning from experiences is not punishing yourself for them another important aspect of daily reflection in stoicism is to consider the role of emotions in your decisions and actions did emotions like anger frustration or fear influence your behavior how can you better manage these emotions in the future stoicism teaches us not to suppress emotions but to understand and control their influence on our actions finally end your reflection with a positive note set an intention or goal for the next day based on what you learn from today’s reflection this could be as simple as being more patient listening more attentively or expressing gratitude five Embrace discomfort embracing discomfort is a key stoic practice that involves stepping out of one’s comfort zone and facing challenges headon this habit is not about seeking out pain or difficulty for its own sake but about recognizing that growth and resilience often come from overcoming adversity start by identifying areas in your life where you feel comfortable maybe even too comfortable these could be physical like a certain routine in your exercise regimen or psychological such as avoiding difficult conversations the idea is to find challenges that push your boundaries in a healthy way when you identify these areas set specific achievable challenges for yourself if you’re uncomfortable with public speaking for instance start by speaking up in smaller group settings if you tend to shy away from physical challenges try a new workout or sport that pushes your physical limits it’s important to approach these challenges with the right mindset view them as opportunities for growth not as insurmountable obstacles remember the goal is not to be perfect or to succeed at first try but to learn and grow through the process also embrace the discomfort that comes with learning new things whether it’s a new skill a new language or a new area of study the initial phase of not being good at something is where the most significant growth happens reflect on your experiences with discomfort after facing a challenge take time to think about what you learned how you felt and what you can take away from the experience this reflection turns a mere uncomfortable experience into a valuable lesson six practice mindful response the practice of mindful response is about cultivating a space between stimulus and response where you can choose how to react it’s about responding thoughtfully and deliberately rather than reacting impulsively or emotionally to develop a mindful response Begin by becoming more aware of your automatic reactions notice how you respond to stress criticism or unexpected events are your reactions immediate and emotional do they align with your values and how you want to behave when You Face a situation that triggers an automatic response practice pausing before reacting even a few seconds of pausing can make a significant difference this pause gives you time to process the situation and consider consider your response during this pause take a few deep breaths to Center yourself this simple act can help reduce emotional reactivity and bring Clarity to your thoughts then ask yourself how a wise virtuous person would respond to the situation consider the long-term consequences of your potential reactions choose a response that aligns with your values and the outcome you desire mindful response also involves accepting that you won’t always react perfectly when you do react impulsively or in a way that doesn’t align with your values use this as a learning opportunity reflect on what happened and how you can respond differently in the future regular practices like meditation or mindfulness exercises can enhance your ability to respond mindfully these practices train your mind to focus and remain calm improving your ability to react thoughtfully in various situations seven simplify your life simplifying your life is a stoic practice that emphasizes the importance of focus focusing on what’s essential and letting go of the Superfluous this concept can be applied to both your physical surroundings and your mental Space by decluttering your environment you reduce distractions and create a more peaceful productive setting this physical order can mirror and encourage a similar Clarity in your mind mentally simplifying your life involves prioritizing your commitments and focusing on activities that align with your values it’s about distinguishing between what is truly necessary and beneficial icial and what is Superfluous or a distraction in a world brimming with information and constant demands on our attention this habit is increasingly valuable the process of simplifying also involves making mindful choices about how you spend your time and energy it means saying no to things that are not in line with your goals or do not bring you fulfillment this selective approach allows you to dedicate more time and attention to what is truly important leading to a more focused and meaningful life eight cultivate self-discipline self-discipline is a Cornerstone of stoicism emphasizing the importance of self-control and consistency in pursuing your goals it involves setting clear actionable goals and then applying the willpower and effort needed to achieve them even in the face of distractions and temptations to cultivate self-discipline start by establishing a set of small manageable goals that contribute to your larger aspirations break these down into daily weekly tasks and make a commitment to complete these tasks regularly consistency is key in building and maintaining self-discipline overcoming procrastination and temptation is a crucial part of this process it requires you to stay focused on your long-term goals and resist the lure of immediate gratification developing strategies to deal with potential distractions and maintaining a supportive environment can greatly Aid in this effort regularly reflecting on your progress can also so bolster your self-discipline acknowledging your successes no matter how small can provide motivation and reinforcement conversely when you falter instead of being overly self-critical use these moments as learning opportunities to strengthen your resolve nine Foster human connection stoicism advocates for the development of personal virtues and one of the key virtues is the ability to Foster meaningful connections with others this involves cultivating empathy practicing active listening and showing kindness and understanding in your interactions empathy is the ability to understand and share the feelings of others it requires you to step outside your own perspective and consider the thoughts feelings and motivations of other people this understanding can deepen your connections and improve your interactions active listening is another crucial aspect to fostering connections it involves fully concentrating on what is being said rather than just passively hearing the message this approach shows respect and appreciation for the speaker and can lead to more meaningful and effective communication practicing kindness is perhaps the most straightforward yet impactful way to Foster human connections simple acts of kindness whether to friends family or strangers can have a profound impact on both the giver and the receiver it promotes a sense of community and interconnectedness additionally sharing your own experiences and being open to to vulnerability can strengthen relationships it encourages a reciprocal openness and builds trust these authentic interactions are the foundation of strong supportive relationships in summary each of these habits simplifying your life cultivating self-discipline and fostering human connections is deeply rooted in stoic philosophy and can lead to a more fulfilling and meaningful life they require consistent practice and reflection but offer significant ific rewards in personal growth and well-being in the words of Marcus Aurelius the happiness of your life depends upon the quality of your thoughts let these nine stoic habits guide your thoughts and actions in 2024 embrace them practice them and watch as they transform your life into one of Greater peace purpose and fulfillment imagine stepping into a world where your kindness is seen not as a virtue but a weakness where your generosity is exploited and your compassion becomes a tool in the hands of others to manipulate and control you this isn’t a dystopian fiction it’s a stark reality for many who practice unguarded kindness today we’re delving into the stoic perspective on kindness and exploring the 10 ways how excessive kindness can actually ruin your life one the loss of respect consider this simple example to illustrate the loss of respect from excessive kindness imagine always lending money to friends without asking when they’ll return it initially they might appreciate your generosity but over time they begin to expect it your kindness has inadvertently taught them that your resources are always available leading to a lack of appreciation and respect for your financial boundaries the solution lies in setting clear boundaries next time a friend asks for a loan gently remind them of your policy for repayment or offer Alternatives like helping them budget this approach respects both your resources and maintains the Integrity of your relationships stoicism teaches us the importance of self-respect and the value of boundaries by setting these limits we ensure our kindness is appreciated and respected not taken for granted two being overburdened visualize yourself as the always available volunteer at your child’s School your name echoes in every Corridor synonymous with tireless help at bake sales plays and field trips in this involvement brings a sense of accomplishment but soon the toll becomes evident your personal time shrinks your energy waines in your hobbies once a source of Joy now sit in neglect this is the classic trap of overextending oneself in the spirit of kindness stoicism with its emphasis on balance and inner Tranquility teaches us to avoid such extremes it’s essential to strike a harmonious balance between assisting others and nurturing our own needs reflect on the activities that align with your passions and bring genuine fulfillment prioritize these and allow yourself to step back from the rest embracing the stoic principle of moderation begin to practice saying no with Grace and conviction this is not about withd drawing your support but about redistributing your energy more wisely by selectively engaging in activities that resonate with you your contributions become more impactful and your personal well-being remains intact this balanced approach ensures that your kindness is a sustainable gift to your community and to yourself three exploitation by others consider the friend who always calls you for favors never for a casual chat you help but it feels one-sided stoicism reminds us to be Discerning it’s time to have an honest conversation with your friend set clear expectations about your willingness to help and observe if the relationship balances or remains lopsided this approach will help you invest your kindness where it’s valued and not exploited four loss of personal goals and Ambitions imagine having dreams like mastering a new language or starting a business these goals are part of who you are yet they’re sidelined by your constant help to others your time is spent on Friends needs and family requests leaving little for your Ambitions here’s where stoicism’s emphasis on personal growth becomes vital it teaches us to value value our development as much as we value helping others it’s time to recalibrate your priorities start by scheduling specific time for your goals treating them with the same seriousness as your commitments to others this isn’t selfishness it’s essential for your growth by allotting dedicated time for your Ambitions you honor your aspirations while maintaining your supportive role this balanced approach ensures you nurture your dreams without neglecting others leading to a more fulfilling life if you made it this far feel free to like And subscribe so you won’t miss any videos in the future five emotional exhaustion imagine always being the shoulder to cry on the problem solver while you’re there for everyone who’s there for you you feel emotionally drained stoicism teaches the importance of emotional resilience start setting emotional boundaries it’s okay to offer support but not at the cost of your emotional health practice self-care rout to recharge your emotional batteries six being perceived as inauthentic when you constantly say yes when you want to say no it can lead others to question your sincerity this habit of being overly accommodating while often well-intentioned may result in a perception of inauthenticity stoicism an ancient philosophy valuing wisdom and self-control encourages authenticity it suggests that being true to your feelings and openly expressing your genuine thoughts and opinions is not just about self-honesty but also about cultivating respect and Trust from others authenticity according to stoicism aligns your actions with your inner values leading to a more fulfilling life this approach is not only liberating but also build stronger more honest relationships while it might be challenging initially to express your true feelings especially when they go against the grain this honesty can bring a sense of peace and Clarity it moves pretense allowing for deeper connections ultimately embracing authenticity brings both personal peace and enhances your relationships it shows strength of character and earns respect from those around you in a world where sincerity is rare choosing to be genuine is both revolutionary and deeply rewarding seven the development of resentment when you’re consistently compromising your preferences to accommodate others it can lead to a buildup of resentment continue setting aside your desires or choices for the sake of others might seem selfless but it often comes at the cost of your own well-being stoicism a philosophy grounded in mastering control over one’s emotions cautions against harboring such negative feelings it emphasizes the importance of acknowledging and addressing them before they escalate the stoic approach encourages you to start voicing your preferences and assertively stand your ground in decision-making processes this doesn’t mean becoming inflexible or uncooperative but rather finding a fair balance between your needs and those of others it’s about establishing boundaries that allow you to maintain your integrity and self-respect while still being considerate of others needs initiating this change might be challenging especially if you’re used to always yielding however it’s essential for your emotional health and personal growth by expressing your true preferences and participating actively in decision-making you not only alleviate feelings of resentment but also Foster healthier more balanced relationships remember finding Harmony between your needs and the needs of others is key to personal contentment and emotional well-being eight Financial strain imagine being the person everyone turns to for financial help whether it’s a friend short on rent or a relative facing unexpected bills you’re always ready to assist it feels good to be so generous to be the one who can always be counted on however over time this generosity starts to impact your own finances your savings are not growing they might even be shrinking you find yourself hesitating before checking your bank balance a clear sign that your financial health is suffering due to your constant generosity this is where the wisdom of stoicism can guide you stoics believed in living a life of moderation including how we handle our finances they taught that helping others is Noble but not at the cost of our own stability it’s time to apply this wisdom to your life start by assessing your financial situation and setting a budget for charitable giving and personal loans this isn’t about stopping your generosity but about managing it wisely when friends or family ask for financial aid consider offering support in non-monetary ways like giving advice or helping them to budget if you do lend money make it clear it’s within your means and set terms for repayment by practicing this stoic principle of moderation you can maintain your generous Spirit without putting your financial future at risk this balanced approach ensures that your kindness is a sustainable part of your life not a source of personal strain nine neglecting close relationships in the pursuit of kindness and benevolence towards everyone there is a risk of inadvertently neglecting the very relationships that form the Cornerstone of Our Lives stoicism a philosophy rooted in practical wisdom emphasizes the significance of nurturing deep and meaningful connections with those closest to us it is vital to remember that while extending kindness to all is commendable our closest relationships those with family and dear friends deserve our utmost attention and Care often in the hustle of daily life and the noble Endeavor to be universally kind we may Overlook the needs and importance of those who are consistently present in our lives these are the individual uals who offer unwavering support understand our deepest fears and joys and contribute significantly to our personal growth and well-being therefore it is essential to periodically re-evaluate our commitments and priorities making time for family and close friends is not just a duty but a nurturing of the bonds that sustain us emotionally and psychologically this doesn’t mean diminishing the kindness we offer to others rather it’s about striking a delicate balance by consciously allocating time and energy to our personal relationships we enrich our lives and deepen the connections that truly matter in doing so we embody the stoic ideal of living a life that is not only kind but also profoundly connected and fulfilling 10 the illusion of control you believe your kindness can solve everyone’s problems but some situations are beyond your control stoicism teaches acceptance of what we can’t change Focus your kindness where it can make a difference and accept that some things are out of your hands this acceptance will bring you peace and a more effective use of your compassionate efforts in the stoic philosophy kindness must be balanced with wisdom self- respect and self-awareness it’s about finding the middle path where kindness is a strength not a vulnerability remember it’s not about diminishing kindness but about practicing it with discernment and balance if you like the video I would appreciate a like and a comment if you are 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  1. Tell me about those signals the ones that say there interested the one that says they want to sleep with you the ones that say they are in love the ones that come be all over me or the ones saying don't touch me! All the signals women put off