My question is: When I’m in a situation where a woman ‘wishes I was taller’ should I call her out on it and make it clear that her height does not make me insecure? A woman who tells you, to your face, that she wishes you were taller is not a nice person. I’m not an advocate of repeatedly shooting out of your league. Right, but do you understand that many of those people are probably being disingenuous? You want to believe that your personality and charm should make people overlook the fact that you’re 5’3″.
Most of my requirements were related to things over which men had no control.I was so dead set on men having these qualities, that I would rather have been single than “settle” for men without them. The lesson I learned: Just because a partner meets the requirements you have set, there is no guarantee that you will have a happy ending. in light of that, after taking a while to cool off, I decided that I would be more open and flexible about my requirements.Then, I married a man who had almost every quality I wanted in a man… Again, for full disclosure, my requirements were: As you can see, my list was STRINGENT.We all know the saying, “Nice guys finish last,” but you know who also seems to finish last? They have a tendency to reject men that are below a certain height, especially if he is shorter than her, even before they really get to know how great of a guy he is. Most women are known to prefer men to be at least a few inches taller than them.