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Is there a force, fear, or quality that all men share?
What do great men, including Napoleon, Beethoven, and John Keats, have in common?
And what does this have to do with you?
You see… I read a book, Love Letters of Great Men. Page after page, something became clear to me: no matter how great, all men share a straightforward fear…
NOT BEING LOVED BY THE WOMAN THEY LOVE.
These great men, among whom powerful generals, musicians, writers, all feared their beloved women would not return their love. In their letters, they often begged for their women to write them back, admit to loving them, and affirm their romantic longings. They were powerful in the eyes of society and powerless in the face of the feminine.
As someone who’s worked as a relationship psychologist for over twenty years, this was not a surprise for me. I’ve always known men are deeply insecure when it comes to a woman they love. However, the fact that men as powerful and influential as these were brought to their knees by unfamiliar women made me wonder…
How did these women do it? How did they make fearless men fear losing them?
The answer is simple. They were irresistibly feminine.
Napoleon’s wife, Empress Joséphine, was not known for her beauty. When it comes to matters of seduction, beauty is hardly of great importance. She was, however, recognized for her easy, elegant manner, her slow, seductive walk, and her bright mind. She was the emperor’s match, and everyone knew it. Like he would not back down on the battlefield, she would not back down at home. She set strong, clear boundaries that made him respect her. That gave her room to be feminine–to be soft and delightful, to trust he would have her best interest in mind.
Just like Joséphine, Beethoven’s Immortal Beloved, now known as Antonie Brentano, had mastered her feminine power as well as he had the notes. She used selective reveal and withdrawal to seduce Beethoven, alternating between a powerful seductress and a timid woman. He was transfixed. He had never seen a creature so delightful, so irresistibly feminine. He wanted to have her, to possess her, to play the tunes of her body, but could not. She was married. Instead of diverting his interest, that only motivated him to pursue her company harder.
But how did these women’s femininity give them such power over men?
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