Survey Says: Top Romantic Approach Selector results, Love Survey
The top 25 Romantic Approach Selector results of 13110 participants. Percentages indicate the frequency of the self-selected participants' top results for Romantic Approach Selector .      

#1 19.6%
Carefulness hides a passionate side. Demanding, the grass is always greener on the other side of the fence, friendly but to a select bunch.
#2 13.4%
Cautious in the ways of love, hard to please, love grows from friendship, affable, open-minded, not overly intimate.
#3 11.1%
Romantically cautious, sets the rules of the relationship, slow to intimacy , prefers a group to the one-on-one situations, may jump to conclusions.
#4 8.6%
Prudent, demanding, permits friendships to grow into romance, shy, judgmental, reserved.
#5 8.1%
Decisive after thoughtful evaluation of the situation. Has not the met the person who fulfills their needs. Warm to friends. Can quickly kindle the fires of a new romance.
#6 6.5%
Cautious but relaxed, allows friendships to flourish into romance, gregarious, judgmental, passionate.
#7 6.4%
Deliberate, demanding, allows friendships to flourish into romance, gregarious, non-judgmental, passionate.
#8 4.8%
Impetuous, but quick to say "let's just be friends" if a relationship appears not to be working out. Not quickly stirred to passion. They maintain a small circle of friends.
#9 4.3%
Aloof but uncomfortable when not in a relationship. Knows what they want in a relationship. Tends to focus on the romantic side of the relationship rather than sustaining it.
#10 4.2%
Not quick to start relationships, nor quick to move on to romantic levels,. Has definite expectations in a relationship, but is open-minded.
#11 3.8%
Guarded romantically, expects their partner to meet certain standards. Their initial standoffish-ness belies a generally open and passionate nature.
#12 2.5%
Accepting of all people but somewhat standoffish. Maintains a "proper" distance in dating situations. When in a relationship will go the extra mile to make the relationship work.
#13 1.7%
Popular, and not cliquish. Is better at the courtship phase than the established phase of the relationship.
#14 1.3%
Self-protective to the point of being timid in dating situation. Easy-going, but not out-going. Makes quick assessments of new people. Maintains a distance until they finally warm-up to a stranger.
#15 0.9%
Will devote energy to the right relationship. Quick to fall in love, although having to overcome an innate shyness is a somewhat of strain when entering into a relationship.
#16 0.8%
Impulsive but knows what they want. It is not unusual when friends become love interests--which is an extension of their generally open genial nature combined with a passionate side.
#17 0.8%
Subscribes to the theory that there are lot of fish in the sea. And they are open to trying new fish. Will not hesitate to throw a "fish" back. A surface shyness hides a sensual nature.
#18 0.7%
Rash, demanding, better at being a good friend than boy- or girlfriend. A close circle of friends will attest to that fact.
#19 0.6%
Impulsive, demanding, allows friendships to flourish into romance, gregarious, non-judgmental, passionate.
#20 0.0%
Not especially selective in finding a mate, but demanding once they do, friendship comes before romance, out-going in groups, non-judgmental, slow to warm-up in intimate situations.
#21 0.0%
Quick to fall in love. Friends first and last, and may allow that friendship to develop into something more. Open and warm. Good self-esteem causes them to be demanding of their partners.
#22 0.0%
Spontaneous, demanding, allows friendships to flourish into romance, shy, non-judgmental, passionate
#23 0.0%
Tends to work on making relationships work. An unfortunate tendency to write certain people off upon introduction . Is comfortable within a tight circle of friends and uncomfortable in intimate situations.
#24 0.0%
Throws caution to the wind, demanding, allows friendships to flourish into romance, gregarious, judgmental, reserved
#25 0.0%
When it comes to love they are a discriminating "shopper". They shop for quality, but do not always recognize true value. Make up for that fault by carefully examining the "merchandise" and soliciting opinions from others. Once they "buy" they don't hesitate to be affectionate.

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