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I also do things for my family too like chopping up their frozen driveway into little bits, after a recent snow blizzard and cleaning up all the snow. I don't expect a woman to find me attractive for it though. It is me helping my family. Nor do I think I can substitute things like this for what women actually find attractive.

Actually, SlikNik, women do find things like this attractive. If you would like some reading on what people find attractive, you might try reading _His Needs, Her Needs_ by Willard F. Harley. The above demonstrates two traits that many women look for in men. The first is a commitment to family. The second is a commitment to keeping the physical aspects of a household going.

Different people have different priorities, as many people on this thread have mentioned. For you, it appears that physical attractiveness of your partner is very important. That's totally fine! You're not the only one. The key to finding a mutually satisfying relationship is meeting each other's needs. So if you need a really attractive mate, it may work if you find someone beautiful, who really loves it that you work hard to take care of the family and the family's physical environment.

There are a zillion other combinations, of course. My point is that you're actually doing things that are attractive to women without even realizing it.

ThyPeace, happens to have found the perfect guy for her. His physical attractiveness is a part of the equation, but it is not the most important for me.
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