Appearance does count
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Physical attractiveness is bestowed by chance or favourable genes on a very few. These individuals do not earn this gift and thus receive 'Something for nothing'. From birth until death how others perceive us influences subsequent interactions. Beauty may be only skin-deep but it is an important factor in first impressions when others have no other information about us. There is a strong association between self-esteem and an individual's satisfaction with his/her physical appearance. Research indicates that more physically attractive individuals have higher levels of self-esteem and are more self-accepting. It has also been found that people attribute more socially desirable characteristics to attractive people and expect them to be more successful than their less appealing peers. This paper seeks to explore the effects of physical appearance on how we react to others and how they respond to us.
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