I still struggle with feeling so tall next to him. He stood and zipped up and left. The fact is, the decision to wear heels should hinge solely on your own comfort with the idea, not on the comfort of the guy you're dating. Before I knew it he was in the house and shut the door. Okay so my boyfriend and I are just about the same height, if he's wearing shoes he's taller then me, if not he's just a hair shorter then me. Don't get me started on how unattractive their lack of confidence was! I happily wear heels with him and sometimes he makes comments about my height, but in general he is a good sport about it.
This was a thing a good thing. It may be weird, but I actually get what elisabeth's friend is saying: she's already 5'11--why would she want to be any taller? I think a lot of great men have unfortunately been passed up because of height! Because it will attract more confident people. Follow Stevie on Twitter: Picture: Getty This article originally appeared on The Debrief. But now I'm okay with thing I'm also 15lbs lighter than him at the moment so that helps. I know I am not very tall, but I was very muscular when I was younger and didn't want to feel like She-Hulk next to a date. I've never been in such a situation, but I imagine it like that and it looks weird when I see a couple like that.
And, I agree with HelenInCanada that so many truly wonderful men have been passed up because they weren't tall. It's refreshing to read about other couples similar to us, and we hope to be as happy as them as well! It would have been a shame to have not even considered dating him simple due to his height and size 11 years and 3 kids later. Anonymous I have been with my wife for 22 years she is 5'11 and I am 5'4. Anyone in a situation like this? I don't know if we never noticed it because we had already known each other for so long, or if we just knew that each other's personalities were perfect fits for us, but whatever the reason, it's never bothered us in the slightest. Because a man should be proud of having the center of attention on his arm. In fact I get scoped by girls taller than me all the time, I just rarely approach because I'm afraid of my own success. While open-minded, kind people know that size is hardly an indication of compatibility, you might encounter jokes or comments that are in completely poor taste.
But so often I feel like he couldnt really hold me… I'm too big which is the worst thing in a girl's mind. Rant over, so glad they are living their love story and kudos to anyone else who doesn't care. I used to wear up to mid-heels, maybe 3 or a little more. Because I think we are about the same height and then in pictures we look so different. Thinking about that makes me sad.
He had to be educated, kind and treat women well but he had to be tall. Older generations may cling to those old notions, but I hope a few inches or a certain shape doesn't interfere with two people who love one another. How you feel about your body in relation to your partner and how that affects what you wear is entirely personal. When I wear heels which I love , I can be as much as four or five inches taller than he is; I feel lanky and awkward, and he feels short and squat. If you've got a serious amount of inches on your boyfriend, date or husband and it bothers you but you love heels—you could consider switching out a striking four-inch heel for one that's only 1. Think about it from his perspective--many, many women would be too tall for him if this silliness were followed across the board. She dated guys that were taller than her in high school, she said they were all schmucks.
The door bell rang and with out thinking I answered the door. Some of the most attractive girls I have ever seen have been much more taller and shorter than me and obvious some of them there are many I find really attractive whose height are closer to mine. Sona, I have had this feeling, too, although I'm more like Claire and just wanted to feel dainty. One night, I ran into several friends who happened to be there with their friend, Eli. What you wear is your business and you style.
. And, well, I'm here to counter that. They were slightly tight so she recommended I wear hose. I'll never be little or cute, with or without heels, and I'm okay with that. It's not really the point that I have to look up to her, it's more like that she has to look down on me. And I move in with my parents.
Another friend of mine is married. Most of the guys I've been seriously attracted to have been of average or even slightly below-average height. Everyone just becomes morphed together into one single blob of desperate bar-hoppers, making it way too difficult to find anyone -- except, well, me. Otherwise, get over it, and get on with having fun with someone you love. It's always too dark, so individual faces and identities are always blurred. A 5'10 girl in 6 pumps would still just be looking me in the eye when I'm barefoot, so you can imagine how often that happens.