How to Reclaim Your Feminine Power After Toxic Relationships

Written by Angela Atkinson

Are you feeling like life after a toxic relationship has noting to offer?

  • Are you bored and feeling kinda ugly and unapproachable lately?
  • Are you tired of feeling unattractive?

Do you wanna bring out your inner goddess? Do you want to bring your sexy back, or to find it for the first time?

Good news – I’m a total nerd who loves to study the science behind human psychology, including attraction and how it works. That’s why I’m always paying attention and asking questions.

Today, I’m sharing something that answers the question every woman wants answered, but few are brave enough to really ask.

And many women have a different idea of what men consider hot. That’ why I asked my focus group of about 150 people what they think makes a woman hot.

Just as some similarities in perceptions showed through, there were some very marked differences between men and women on what they think makes a women hot. I’ll explain all that for you – and more – in this video. 

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