A simple shift in perception could change your entire world. Anonymous asked: After thinking a lot about the whole "tall girl short guy relationship" thing, all I have to say is: fuck other people's opinion. When people talk shit about another person, they are voicing their own insecurities and for a brief shining moment, taking the spotlight off of their own issues, hence why they continue to do it. And that's something I'm no stranger to and not a fan of. :/People are going to talk regardless, as you’ve stated.
You have to rise above if you ever hope of getting past this. You might as well be happy about the thing they are talking about. I just stumbled across this blog and I just want to say how wonderful it is! i'm a 16 year old 6"0 girl (181 cm) and there's this guy that I'm super good friends with.
If she wants you to pick her up, she'll most likely run and jump on you like she's reenacting a scene from 4. She will always be in high heels, so don't expect to be able to walk to dinner. When you meet her IRL, she doesn't need to be reminded that she's tiny.
You'll most likely have to bend down or at least strain your neck every time you want to kiss her. So, on the off chance that you left your window open, she's got this and you'll be chilling on your couch in no time.13. Any time she wants to tell you something in your ear, be prepared to bend down to her level. Because that, my friend, is a backhanded compliment if I've ever heard one.
I’ve always been pretty self conscious about my height as it is.
I always asked Melia in the beginning of our relationship if it was weird to kiss someone a whole head shorter than her.
One great quote I read, I THINK it was Ghandi (don’t crucify me if not, I can’t quite remember) but the essence of the quote is to rise so far above them that their insults can’t touch you anymore. If you show them that their words can’t effect you they will eventually get bored and leave you alone. These people aren’t in your relationship, so why should their opinion matter? I'm 5' 8" and my boyfriend is about 5' 4", and I weigh about 160-170 while he weighs around 125-130 and I just want to put this out there for the girls who are taller and curvier than their men. The world must realize, size has nothing to do with love. He's not super good looking but his personality makes him like a thousand times more attractive!
Please please please go pick up the book “The Power”, i know it will help you immeasurably. Good luck babe Anonymous asked: I've been talking to a guy lately who literally makes me the happiest girl on the face of the earth. But I can't get myself past friends because our height difference sits in the back of my mind. We get so many stares and looks because of our size difference but we could care less and we have something beautiful, and no physical characteristics could change that. we've made out twice at a party and like i really enjoyed it and he did too but despite the fact that we get along super well, we're just different and i could never see us date, especially since he's 5'5... but i really do like him and i really don't know what to do.. well, it sounds like you need to decide what you want. She is absolutely smitten with me (and I'm smitten with her), can't get enough of my body, and we're both madly in love. Before people started really pointing it out, she would ask me “Do you think we look weird to other people? Probably.”I was being generous, and not very forthcoming about how sometimes the looks of some passerby would send pangs of shame through me as they sized the pair of us up.She’s tall and beautiful; I’m short and pretty plain looking.I personally think the world would be a better place if everyone read them, but I can’t speak to everyone. It doesn't matter if you're shorter, taller, skinnier, curvier than he is. It takes a lot of pain to want to inflict it on other people, and in a way, you can feel sorry for those who aim to harm you.I can however speak to you and say there is hope, and it starts with you. If you are both satisfied, it's all that matters (in my opinion). In reality, nobody can hurt you unless you allow their words and hate to relate to you.Once, a drunken cowboy jeered mockingly at us “Oh my god, you guys are, like, so cute” in a voice eerily reminiscent of Adventure Time’s LSP as he stumbled past us in an embrace.