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I don't get it. Previous work showed that women universally prioritize status in a relationship, while simultaneously looking for an high agreeble, high conscioussness partner. So where does these dimensions really stand?
Women still want these status+agreeble+conscious man (basic standards)for a relationship but then will vary in the degree to which they want it? For example, Both Mary and Jane want a guy with a minimum of money/status who's stable, but then Mary will want him to be more on the high status side, while Jane want him more on the loving side?
OR it's more like Jane wanting a guy who's loving (not caring at all about the guy's money/status) while Mary wants a guy whos simply high status (not caring about him being loving)?
Which one is it, doc?
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