An AA may shower you with meaningfully
An AA will definitely tell you over and over how
wonderful you are.
An AA will be very quick to tell you he loves you
and appear to mean it.
An AA will probably take you on very romantic dates.
An AA may give you pedestal-style nicknames
such as princess or goddess or perfect one
An AA may discuss big life plans which appear to
include you and seem very romantic
An AA will want to spend a lot of time with you
right at the beginning and may then pull away
An AA will do this within a VERY short time of meeting you and being attracted to you
Be very careful. The AA will appear to be a ‘dream man’. He is the stuff of Mills and Boone romances. He is the Mr Darcy of every women’s fantasy. Women all over the world have been conditioned by novelists and film-makers into dreaming the dream of Mr Right, perfect in every way and the AA fulfils this dream.
My inner cynic tells me that when a human being ' appears' to be perfect there’s probably a bloody great crack waiting to burst open. In the case of AA’s the flaw is that the attraction wears off when the he realises his woman isn’t the perfect goddess he set her up to be. He is addicted to the first idyllic days of a new romance. When that disappears, so will the AA!
AA’s will come in all shapes and sizes, but they are generally quite attractive and charismatic people. It makes sense, because a successful AA has to have the looks or charisma or both in order to attract the seemingly perfect women he is drawn to.
AA’s will usually be attracted to good looking and charismatic women. These women won’t be any particular type but will conform to the individual AA’s ideal of what makes up a ‘perfect’ woman. For some it will be short or tall, well-rounded blondes, for others it will be sporty and lean brunettes whilst others still will plump for the voluptuous redheads. They may also be a mixture of good looks and intellectual or homemaking qualities.
What makes a woman fall for an AA? The slight envy I had felt as I listened to Liz describing this wonderful new man reminded me that even a seemingly well-balanced woman, like me, can be tempted and indeed may even succumb to the charms of an AA.
Who wouldn’t be deeply thrilled to be the centre of so much attention. Who wouldn’t be tempted by the flattery of being placed on a pedestal to climb onto it and believe it’s our proper place. Who wouldn’t be excited to have their inbox flooded with romantic emails declaring undying love and planning for a future in paradise? And who wouldn’t especially be excited by all of these under certain circumstances. And if like seeks like, and you are an attraction
addict yourself, you'll probably love this guy on first sight!
Please believe that not all AAs are malicious or out to get women. Some are and some aren't. If they are OK, they'll probably get round to realising their pattern sooner or later or someone may give them a jolt that makes them change.