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Doctors' lives are highly stressful, so you may have to help them unwind at the end of the day. A relationship with a doctor is likely to look very different from other types of romantic relationships.
Not trying to generalize all men here just a problem that I have had.
Fuck off don't you guys have something better to do? There aren't going to be a shit ton of guys in their early 30's making more than 100k a year. There's really not a whole lot you can do other than the usual shit when it comes to dating.
Eh, we exist, but we also tend to have already met someone and are married before we started making that much.
I have given online dating a shot however a lot of guys don't really want a serious relationship.
"That's really nice, good for her", and that's it; none of it makes you more attractive as a potential partner.
But when I tell guys what I do for a living they immediately become intimidated.
I am not really sure what I am doing wrong at this point.
Plus, if you prejudge them by high standards - he's just not tall enough, or a bit balding - then you put him off the list, and nobody's there to take the slack. " "go grrl" comments appear, ask yourself who's going to pay the price for the bad advice. The author raises some good points, then just goes off the deep end."You must have all your kids by the age of 25! Really wish he would have said something intelligent, like don't limit yourself to a relationship when you are 35 and successful.
A lot of men in the bracket you want, AND WHO' D LIKE TO FIND SOMEONE LIKE YOU (a significant filter), are less socially adept and/or maybe take less care of themselves (because they don't feel they to) than what you wish, and they may just look like normal joes and not prince charming. It's an infinitely better solution than "better have kids (and by extension, the person you want to spend the rest of your life with) by 25, else you are fucked". It has nothing to do with intimidation and everything to do with a ridiculous sense of entitlement for how little she truly brings to the table.