I'm not, but I've seen it happen. It's amazing to have a good job and we should never feel bad about that, but that just means that if a guy is intimidated by our career, he's not the right one for us. Sometimes it's impossible not to judge someone.
This allows for users to learn from their mistakes and not get banned indefinitely for a minor infraction. Guys have a reputation for not wanting to talk about feelings and we might wonder if they find that totally intimidating.
This guy posted on Reddit that he's not into dating a girl who seems "cold" and that would seem intimidating, so yes, that's definitely our answer.
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It also makes sense that he finds men like this intimidating. Welcome to Reddit, the front page of the internet. Suddenly we're left to our own devices and we have to find a job, pay our rent, pay the bills, and figure out how to cook. What's he's really saying is he's sure you're too cool, too beautiful and too all-around amazing to stick with a schlub like him if something better comes along.
For me, a "bitchy" girl is actually attractive in some cases. Eventually, we figure it out and get our stuff together, but do guys want to date a girl who has a good job and who has some life goals and is following her dreams?
As this guy shared on Reddit , some guys get insecure about dating a girl who seems to be doing better in life than they are.
We've got it all going on, basically. He's insecure. But what else could it mean?
It would be awesome if more girls would ask guys out and if we could stop believing in these "social conventions of dating" and "gender roles" that this guy points out.
This is because women are given so much attention. They're not going to just nod and smile and tell us what we want to hear, like other well-meaning people in our lives. We might wonder if having a full life and being independent intimidates guys.
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