Tips dating shorter guy
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.
At this point, it’s important to focus less on physical characteristics in order to pay more attention to who is going to be a good catch emotionally – and who will last over the long haul.
When my clients start dating someone new, I couldn’t care less about what the individual looks like. Does he have a job that allows him to care of himself financially?
” or “He’s really funny, trust me.” Or even, “I don’t care about trivial things like height.” You should not have to make justifications about your choice of mate. So you call him your "little munchkin" and ask if he can reach the top shelf without a stool. He wants to be a “man.”He has a classic Napoleon complex.
For some reason, people think that you must be desperate for a boyfriend -- just because he's short. You just look so cute standing on that little ledge. ”You just can’t help wondering, “Is that suit jacket from the boys' section at Barney’s, or what? The issue is that he is already self-conscious about his petite stature. He talks loudly, makes crazy jokes and always wants to be the life of the party. Luckily, he has an amazing personality, because he spent so long making up for his height.
Men and women both fall prey to the (remarkably persistent) myth that sexual attraction works on auto-pilot, as if we are all preprogrammed to be attracted to the ones who captivate our attention. The type of person you’re attracted to depends largely on your beliefs. My client, Alexis, comes from the most machismo family I can imagine, full of firefighters, Marines, and gobs of Old Spice. In Alexis’ family, she was the only daughter and the men in her family were brawny and tough.You don’t want this to affect your relationship, but somehow it just does. But having a short guy on top of you is always slightly awkward.No matter how many times you tell yourself you’re totally fine with this, it’s still there in the back of your head, eating away at your happiness. You’re the one who agreed to date him in the first place, you a-hole! When his feet reach only the tops of your ankles, it's weird.It truly blows that something so seemingly silly could be such a cause of discontent. Also, he’s small, so he isn’t exactly the cookie-cutter vision of masculinity.Sometimes you just want to be thrown around in bed by a big, hot stud. You find yourself saying things like, “But he’s really sweet! He likes to brag about his career and how successful he is.