Being Stratospheric Attractive

Andrew Foster
7 min readApr 28

The focus here is NOT on outward appearance.

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I used to believe that a person’s attraction to me depended solely on my physical attributes.

I used to be really self-conscious about my appearance and always be judging myself against others. If I could just achieve a specific appearance, I would finally feel secure in myself, pleased. Unfortunately, I had to learn the hard way that inner beauty is more important than outer beauty.

Now, I make an effort to improve both my inner and outside selves as much as possible. I take care of myself physically and mentally every day and work to become better. And because of that, I think I look better and feel better about myself than I ever have before.

Furthermore, there are methods that have nothing to do with your natural appearance but can make you ten times more appealing. Some suggestions on how to influence others’ opinions

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1. Your Smile

The concept that inner beauty is more important than outer beauty is ubiquitous in today’s society. This holds especially true when it comes to the act of smiling. A charming smile can enhance a person’s attractiveness even if they don’t have conventional good looks. This is due to the fact that a cheerful expression can spread to those around you.

Seeing someone happy conjures up feelings of joy in your own heart. In addition, showing friendliness and warmth through your smile is always appreciated. If you come across as kind and approachable, people will be more likely to talk to you.

The person who is doing the smiling also benefits from it. Reduced stress levels also trigger the release of endorphins, the body’s own painkillers. There are substantial health benefits associated with smiling. In addition to boosting immunity, it has been shown to reduce blood pressure and stress.

2. There are some things within your power

Huge problems with posture. I didn’t get body language until the girl I was seeing broke it down for me. When I straightened up and started carrying myself more confidently, the…

Andrew Foster

A student of love, relationships and self help who likes to write about and teach what I’ve learned along the way