Dating a really smart girl
From then on, that was your principal identity: The Smart One.Especially if you had a sibling who was better-looking than you, in which case she (or he) was The Pretty One.Unless you actually femininity as a woman or masculinity as a man, you’re not going to attract a suitable companion of the opposite sex.Part of the issue is this: when all of your personal energy is concentrated in the head, it never gets a chance to trickle down to the heart, or, god forbid, the groin. 4) You’re exceptionally talented at getting in the way of your own romantic success.3) When you don’t feel like a fully-realized sexual being, you don’t act like one.At some point in your life, you got pegged as a smart person.And it certainly won’t bring you lasting love and fulfillment.
So it only makes sense that in the romantic arena, it should work the same way. The more stuff I do, the more accomplishments and awards I have, the more girls (or boys) will like me. Please say I’m right, because I’ve spent a LOT of time and energy accumulating this mental jewelry, and I’m going to be really bummed if you tell me it’s not going to get me laid.It’s because they’ve been going at it the wrong way. 2) Smart people feel that they’re entitled to love because of their achievements.For most of their lives, smart people inhabit a seemingly meritocratic universe: if they work hard, they get good results (or, in the case of really smart folks, even if they don’t work hard, they still get good results).Perhaps you should consider thinking a little less then.Because heaven knows that the amoeba, worm, fish, amphibian, monkey and primitive hominids didn’t do a whole lot of thinking.