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He practices in Los Angeles and treats a wide range of issues and disorders and specializes in relationships, parenting, and addiction.He has had extensive training in conducting couples therapy and is the author of Dr. There’s more leg there but there’s still only two legs. He’s not needed for any “tall stuff.” There’s no reason to have us come into the kitchen to get the jar of peanut butter on the top shelf or unload the dishwasher. In fact, she might be a little bit taller, which is great for us and our need for top-shelf peanut butter. There’s nothing wrong with a man wanting to be the little spoon too, and this way, you can both switch off on that role more comfortably. Whoever started the myth that men don't like to be cuddled protectively like silverware is a bold-faced liar. Tall women can also make previously impossible positions totally possible, like standing positions. More of a totally consensual, "damn, your legs look phenomenal, and your graceful stride could inspire love songs and crap" kind of way. No one is smushing their face into the other person’s stomach or straining their arms reaching up for their partner’s hand. Not in a creepy, "watching from across the street with binoculars" kind of way. There’s probably a pretty minimal height difference between us, so things like holding hands or hugging or cuddling in bed are natural. Recently, a colleague of mine, a successful psychologist in her mid-30s, confided in me about an ongoing problem she faces in her dating life: She feels that she’s simply too tall for most men, standing at almost six feet.
At the end of the day, tall women make terrific friends, family members, and romantic partners.
In other words, tall women may have to put themselves out there more than other women who are less intimidating.
The clincher, of course, is to develop thick skin and to not take disinterest or brush-offs from men personally. This is one of the most important exercises that can truly change how you feel about yourself and your body.
“Overall, I think you look pretty good,” for example, or “I like my [insert body part].” If you can’t come up with a few body parts that you like, you need to accept that you’re not going to attract a good guy until you feel better about your body. I remember after Nicole Kidman and Tom Cruise divorced, she joked on a talk show that she could “finally wear high heels.” Wrong, Nicole: It would have been better for your self-esteem to have worn them all along. If you’re a tall woman who’s dating someone new, odds are that the height issue is going to come up in conversation.
If he broaches the issue, don’t be defensive but feel free to ask him where he stands on the issue.Seth’s Love Prescription: Overcome Relationship Repetition Syndrome and Find the Love You Deserve.