My boyfriends have differed in color, height, weight, hair types, personality types, sex drives, etc. I believe when you limit yourself you miss out on some of the greatest people.
April 17, at 6: My boyfriend have differed in age, height, weight, color, hair styles, personalities, sex drives, etc. First you have to love and accept yourself before you can accept and love someone else ass they are. Secondly, when you limit yourself, you limit your possibilities.
I wonder is that why the divorce rate is so high? April 18, at 3: It depends on the culture. There is evidence that since neolothic periods that heavy women were highly regarded and the art lives on to tell the tales. If you look at pictures of Africans that were brought as slaves to the new world and at pictures of Africans during the colonial period, there is no indication that Africans have traditionally been overweight.
In fact, it is more likely to see long, lean, athletic figures among African people than to see anyone who is overweight. April 16, at 9: If you want more prospects in the dating game, you have to make yourself a viable player. And to be that viable player, you have to make yourself appealing so that you have options. Not really sad when you think about it. They want options and we should have options too. If you want more option in the working world, you get an education that opens those doors to you.
If you want more options in the dating world, you improve your appearance. All of your stories sounded like you were talking about me. I have short term and long term goals where not just any man will do. Why is my body size the determing factor in finding a suitable mate when i have everything else on point? Thanks for this, you made me feel less alone on the struggle. When I get to this threshold in my life, first I get really pissed off.
Do you have a plan for what you want to do? Thanks, so much, for sharing, of course. Josie April 16, at 9: Unfortunately its the truth. Thanks for the honesty. Been there done that and the truth is.. I was fooled to think my BIG husband saw past my weight and loved me for me regardless what the scale says.
But I was wrong. While he loves me, our sex life is mostly non-existent. When I pressed incessantly , he finally admitted he was avoiding sex because of my weight.
And it could have ended my marriage, but we got through that. But the struggle continues… LisaBee says: April 16, at My husband, btw, was very tall, but weighed lbs. Your stories truly felt like you were talking about me.
Being big and dating is hard especially for me! Im looking for a partner, not just some guy a skinny girl doesnt want.