Dating a man who is shorter
You try to ignore it, but it’s just always an issue. You have a whole new insecurity that you never could have predicted: He makes you feel like a f*cking giant. Then this wouldn’t be an issue, and you could go on your merry way without constantly stressing yourself out.You have to put away your heels and just resign yourself to wearing ballet flats for all eternity.
I also want to know if he’s a good listener and if he talks well about his friends or family because he should already have some good, close interpersonal relationships. Check out this equation: Dating Short Men = Uphill Battle. I haven’t conducted a study of my own on the subject, but I can assure you that scores of women of every type will say they simply aren’t attracted to short men.Decoded, this equation refers to the tough time many short men have trying to find a romantic partner because some women won’t date someone shorter than they are. If you push them, they will hedge a bit: “I don’t know why, I’m just not.” As a psychologist, it’s not my job or place to be mean-spirited or hurtfully blunt, but it is my job to tell it like it is in reality. We love them, we hate them, and sometimes we date them. But even me -- a gal of 5 feet and 4 inches -- has problems. When you’re out in public and people look at you, you wonder if they're thinking that you're a girl with a short boyfriend. A girl who is 5’9" is obviously going to think most guys are pretty f*cking short. Once you’re towering over him, he’s ready for you to get back down to his level.