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At first I actually thought this was spam for some sort of weight-loss scheme. Over the next few years i spent alot of time and money on false promises, the truth about the fitness industry is - its a multi billion dollar industry that is for the most part built on lies.... It was your attitude not your looks that was causing all your failures. Son, you are a gift from God and he just isn't finished unwrapping you yet. His shoulders and chest didn't broaden until he was 22.Now I see it's just you trying to make yourself feel better by putting others down, and all with the premise that you are "trying to help."You need to do some serious work on yourself, friend. You could've just said"being skinny sucks"but that hardly makes for a very good thread. Most companys dont wan't you to suceed, it's not in their intrest for you to get your body how you want it, think about it are you going to come back and spend more if you do? Perhaps being a skinny guy you're not exactly sure how building muscle works. If you don't keep coming back to continue working those muscles, it goes away just as quickly as it came. I was skinny all my life now I'm perfect and all my piers are fat or dead! Watch me turn side ways , stick out my tongue and look like a zipper? His friends didn't give him crap because he learned by this time that such peeps are not friend material.

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Frederick says heterosexuals compete with members of the same sex to secure a romantic partner.“People with desirable traits are in a position to be more selective,” he says.Love is real and wanting to be married matters more to young people’s love lives than anything else, he says, “or whether you are beautiful or not so good looking.” Also see: Can you judge a man by his car (or his apartment)?Plentyoffish dating forums are a place to meet singles and get dating advice or share dating experiences etc. Didn't subscribe to anything but the advice of a single person who knew more than me and a good diet.Being kind and having good manners also helps.” Read: 10 things married couples won’t tell you The study may help people understand why the advertising industry (and society) puts so much emphasis on women being thin, “part of which is driven by pressure to attract a partner,” Frederick says.

And it may also throw light on why men strive so aggressively for higher income and assertively negotiate for raises, “because income affects not only their ability to pay for dates but also their likelihood of attracting a partner.” The fashion industry rarely focuses on advertising clothes to plus-size women and one major Harvard University study recently found that men are four times more likely to negotiate pay than women.“This is a study of what determines the qualities one is looking for in a mate,” says Roger Friedland, visiting professor of media, culture and communication at New York University, who has studied the behavior of American college students.“It does not study who they actually mate with, the way they mate with them or the quality of the relationships they found,” Friedland said.“I’d like to think that’s because, after a long life, they’ve learned that both looks and money can be fleeting but it’s the emotional connection you make with someone that sustains you,” says Abby Rodman, a psychotherapist in Boston.Both genders reported nearly equally that being with someone physically attractive “to them” is important.Both genders have a list of what they seek in a partner, says Fran Walfish, a Beverly Hills, Calif.-based psychotherapist, which may explain why the matchmaking and online dating industry is worth billion combined.