Dating a smart guy
Don't date the smart guy because he will most likely be minted in the future.
Date his because he is nice, treats you well and can hold a topic long enough to have an opinion. The smart guy achieving will also encourage you to achieve. You don't just sit there having the same conversation on repeat of how Kate Upton's boobs are the best things ever.
And, once he is qualified and earning the big bucks, the word "nerd" will no longer follow him.
The player, the jock and the slick Rick will, most likely, d*ck you over, so, try and find the nice guys.
more on that later.) Well, the BITCH about being wrong when it comes to women and dating is THERE'S NOWHERE TO RUN AND HIDE. A smart guy just assumes that his logic must be good... But when no success comes, it really starts to become mentally difficult.
There's no quick "I'm right" around the next corner to make you feel better. Accepting that you're wrong is a VERY hard thing for a "smart guy".
And when you're RIGHT more often than others, you can get ahead in many situations.
But unfortunately, this smart mind of yours can actually be WORSE than USELESS when it comes to a key area of life: WOMEN AND DATING. It can actually be like having a hammer when you need to tighten a bolt.
Q., or a caveman who lived a million years ago that had an I. but who has escaped from many, many dangerous situations with deadly animals...You probably realized at a young age that you saw things differently, and thought differently than others in school...And you've probably realized that your smart mind gives you an advantage over others in many areas of life...It only takes "failing" with a few women in a row for a smart guy to see the pattern... Accepting that you're not only wrong, but you have NO CLUE WHERE TO EVEN START is even more difficult.Ultimately, many smart guys come up with the following logical conclusion: I AM A SMART GUY, THEREFORE IF I CAN'T FIGURE OUT HOW TO BE SUCCESSFUL WITH WOMEN AND DATING, THEN THE PROBLEM MUST NOT BE SOLVABLE OR WORTH SOLVING. In short, many smart guys refuse to accept that a good, solid, workable answer could come from someone "dumber" than them, so they discount any idea that comes from an "obviously less intelligent person" before trying it.