Extra sexy dating
I am fairly tall and have an hourglass shape so I carry it pretty well.
My problem is that ever since I gained this weight, my dating life has gone totally downhill.
I’m 39 but people usually think I’m several years younger. –Liz Very well then, let’s take a look at your observation – that men, in general, tend to be interested in thinner women, and that your dating life, in general, has been impacted by these additional 15 pounds.
I’m not fat by any means, but it seems that it wouldn’t matter whether I weighed 150 pounds or 200, the result would still the same. I wouldn’t (and couldn’t) dispute your version of events.
If you’re a woman, then the key words to include on your profile are “sexy”, “honest” and “confident” as 15%, 10% and 7% of men respectively are after these traits more so than anything else.
My question is to do about weight, which I know you have written about before.Do you think that James has to resign himself to accept that perhaps he can’t get the cream of the crop woman – thin, curvy, educated, cultured – on ,000/year? Therefore, all you can do, Liz, is to be conscious of this, and make the best of your circumstances. I’m quite confident that things will turn around for you – the second you stop looking down on the men who do like you for you.I’m not passing judgment either way, but I will point out that it’s a pretty similar comparison – one which illustrates, in stark terms, that life simply isn’t fair. It’s lazy dating advice telling you to lose weight to attract more men. However, I think it’s really important to be able to view issues from all sides.My loyalty as a dating coach is to truth and reality – not to what’s fair or what’s right.