Dating for intellegent people
Now hold on that doesn’t mean I don’t get negative at times or need a little push me up from the person that I like.But I like to spend most of my time focusing on the good. But I spent the first 35 years of my life chasing women who were just like me – the smartest women in the room. Have you ever been with a brilliant guy who is, at heart, a miserable person? And I’ll bet you’d do it again – hoping for a different ending this time. My female friends want it all, height, money, intelligence, looks, full head of hair etc…the guys i know who have it all(for the most part) are happy with a fun, attractive girl. You will STILL be attracted to geniuses, but you now know that they do not make for a good fit in your life. Trust me, the reality is FAR better than the fantasy. Evan if i may ask, who is the “pickier” of the two sexes?When I’m getting to know a potential romantic partner, I pay a lot of attention to what they say and like to speak about.If they constantly are having a small talk or demeaning others I step away.The problem is when you are dating someone who doesn’t have any fixed goals or have the same get it done attitude they start to feel inferior and instead of being happy for you they start minimizing your success or playing the “look at all you do, and I haven’t done anything successful” card.
I’m not Einstein, but I find joy in having rich interesting conversations. I consider myself to be a sapiosexual, which is a person who is attracted to the intelligence of another.To me, there is nothing more unattractive than a person who spends their time speaking about nonsense.When dating I look for a person who I am growing with and lets me bloom. ” I mean like come on, if you can’t give me personally we are done.In the long run, they end up feeling like I am selfish.