Writer and biological anthropologist Helen Fisher has insight into what people judge you on when it comes to dating.
1. Your teeth
"Your teeth tell a great deal about how old you are [and] your health". In fact, your dental identity indicates our age and gender, and teeth-grinding specifically indicates psychological, lifestyle and personality traits.
For instance, if you smoke, drink too much coffee, or if you have a great deal of anxiety, frustration, or anger in your life.
2. Your grammar
"Your grammar says a lot about your sociological background [and] education."
Many people find bad grammar in a dating profile or in person as a real turn-off, and think that if you don't know the difference between "there" and "their," you're not worthy of wasting any time on.
3. Your self-confidence
"Your self-confidence tells a good deal about your emotional stability."
How we feel about ourselves can impact our relationships. If we don't feel good about ourselves, we have no positive emotional energy to focus on another person.
Do you think this is accurate?