The Aphrodite Woman

The Aphrodite Woman
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  • What a cute little girl. She'll be fine unless she starts dating those BOYS
  • So Aphrodite, I'm free tonight if you wanna have some fun
  • I hate Aphrodite. She's such a slut.
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  • Aphrodite embodies an archetype of women with both physical attractiveness and charisma; in "Goddess in Everywoman" these woman are called Aphrodite women.   When an Aphrodite woman is a child, she is a flirt and in a hurry to grow up, wear makeup, and date boys. At first, the parents encourage little Aphrodite's behavior, but when she reaches puberty they  tend to be ore protective and adopt a jailer mentality.
  • Who is the right man for me?*
  • During adolescence the Aphrodite woman would develop sexual desires, but, due to double standards, she would be looked down on if she acts on her sexual urges like a teenage boy would. The "good girls" would avoid her, while the boys will not see her as serious contender for a romantic relationship. In college she will most likely go to a "party school" and have little focus on long term career goals; however she could immerse herself in a creative field.
  • I understand I'm supposed to be Aphrodite but does my son really need to have wings?
  • An Aphrodite woman likes work with variety and intensity and repetitious work like housework bore her. She enjoys creative work like art or music, or work with a high level of engagement like teacher or therapist. If she enjoys her work, then she is fully immersed in it and puts in 110%. 
  • I still got it
  • *Spoiler alert: none of them 
  • The Aphrodite woman tends to not have the best taste in men. She tends to be attracted to the artistic yet introverted Hephaestus man, the "supermacho" Ares man, or the immature and unpredictable trickster Hermes man. Marriage is also a problem for an Aphrodite woman and she will probably have multiple marriages throughout her life.
  • The Aphrodite woman loves children and her children love her.  She gives her confidence and helps them develop their abilities. However she does not give her children the constant emotional support they need; one minute they have all her attention, the next minute they are ignored. 
  • In her middle and years the Aphrodite woman ages and she becomes self-conscious of her looks. She regrets choosing the men in her life and would consider settling down.  In her later years she ages with grace. She is still involved with others and her creative work. She remains young at heart and continues to attract friend from all ages.
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