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Here's What Women Look for in Their 'Ideal Partner'

by Kathy Jones on November 28, 2013 at 4:56 PM
 Here's What Women Look for in Their 'Ideal Partner'

New research lists out the things that women look for in an ideal partner.

Modern women are looking for a "multidimensional man", who knows and cares about what's going on in the world, News.com.au reported.


According to the survey conducted by Lynx, 96 per cent of women like a man with good general knowledge and is not a pushover.

Dating coach Katia Loisel-Furey said that women like men who can be themselves and don't take themselves too seriously.

Research has confirmed that women find guys with a sensitive side, good conversation skills, dresses well and with good reasoning ability, more attractive.

Also, guys who know what they want in life and guys who step in and offer to help even if women don't really need it are preferred over those who stay away from helping.

Research has shown that doing your bit around the house makes you seem more attractive as 80 per cent of women have admitted that they like men who are good in the kitchen.

Source: ANI
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