yes,its true and its like almost impossible to have it all,and it changes w time…as you got older things not have the same meaning anymore.like being cool ,most of the coolest guys really dont end up having the best futures always.and if your friends hung up w you ONLY because you are cool they are not really your friends..posted 12 months ago
I think you are right. Most people want to feel wanted and loved, but I guess it’s human. We’re all not made for being lonely.
And maybe we want get people to like us with the way we look. But I can’t speak for all the girls, so maybe I am wrong. This is a tough question.
I think these are goals that we’re conditioned to strive for. Society has deemed that attaining the things you’ve listed is an indicator of success, and so they’re things we desire to achieve. From a more animalistic level, socializing well and physical desirability also play a large role in the ability to procreate, which some argue is the paramount goal of our lives.
However, I wouldn’t use such common goals is evidence that women are unoriginal or shallow. These may be shared basic desires, but how we prioritize these desires is an entirely different, and much more telling, story.posted 12 months ago
Yeah, I think which of these goals we deem “most important” is much more indicative of who we are.posted 11 months ago