And when a man feels good about himself, he’ll obviously like the damsel in distress who helped him feel better about himself.
While much of the courting game of dating and falling in love depends on mutual attraction, there’s another secret force that most men and women don’t think about – the evaluation of desirability.
Do you really like a guy or does he really like you? Answering these questions to yourself will help you understand and evaluate someone you meet as a potential date.
Men on the other hand, can’t help falling for damsels in distress. Every time a man sees a pretty lass who needs help, a slob of a man turns into a chivalrous knight in shining armor.
Well, at least until he’s made enough of an impression to make her fall for him.
Why else do you think men love playing gory video games where they play the lead character? When a man sees a woman who needs help, he instinctively feels the urge to help her.
Damsels are easily approachable Men approach women almost all the time in the dating field.And even if they don’t wear the pants, they want to feel like they do.With their epic egos and innate trait to protect, they want to feel like they are the driving force of the relationship.Damsels in distress make a man feel like a real man Throughout evolution, men have always been the protectors.Recent decades may have subdued a man and his protective streak, but his urge to be the defender and the protector of all things good still gives him a rush like no other.Why men love a damsel in distress While courting, women like to be treated with care and respect. When either sex experiences these emotions while spending time with a particular member of the opposite sex, they end up inevitably desiring the person even if there isn’t any mutual attraction to begin with.