What I am writing about here does not have a name that I know of. But it is something that many men look for in a potential wife. What it would be is a type of deep inside nature to be moral, to care for others (especially people close to them), even if it takes sacrifices from them. And it has to be real, not fake. I am not sure that the men who are looking for this can describe it exactly, or even perhaps explain why they are looking for it. But it is a thing.
So what is going on here? Well, perhaps much of it is related to being a good mother. They do have to sacrifice. It is best if it comes from the heart. Men would naturally enough want their children to be raised such that they are well adjusted. Maybe the big tipoff is that men really are not interested in this attribute in when it comes to the SMP.
So this is all hard to describe, so maybe describing who doesn’t have it would help. A well known example would be Hillary of course. She sometimes tries to fake it. Lots of people see through it when she does. When she was running for President, she was in a sense running for the position of Mother of the US, even though people were not explicitly thinking that way. It is said that right before the 2016 election, she told her handlers to stop giving her poll information, as they invariably told of how people disliked her. Furthermore, it is clear that she is not really about sacrificing for the close to her (any objections to this assertion?). She tries to fake caring by virtue signaling about all the oppressed groups she is boosting, often with an attempt to push other peoples money their way. All the time, adding to her aggrandizement (and personal wealth and power). As for raising well adjusted children, I will let you consider that on your own.
So how about the other side, at least for a famous public figure? Though she is new to the stage, and has not withstood the test of time, there is Amy Coney Barrett. She has lots of kids; by looking at the pictures they seem genuinely happy. Probably she has put lots of effort into them, and with her inner feminine virtue, it all seems to be effective. She seems to radiate something or other that makes you think that she has it. It is difficult to put your finger on.
Exit question — what is your take on this?