would you go for a girl like this? or is it to much? i'm this girl and i'm wondering because i think its way to much for someone to like. So would you like and go for a girl who: - can play 4 instruments - is very good in art (i got awards for some & some are in a local art academy) - is very good in science - is good at writing (i wrote a book & it is being published locally soon) - can play lots of sports - is pursuing a PhD in Marine Biology - has been a dancer for over a decade (i started when i was two)
so would you go for a girl like this or do you agree with me and think it is to much?
i would like and go for her
i would be interested
its way to much
eh, she's okay
i think its cool but no
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Really would depend on meeting her - All her achievements will mean nothing in the sense of a possible relationship if you don't like her personality on the otherhand if you like her and feel a connection with her you will probably become proud of her achievements. Anyway in my world I believe everyone is equal and nobody better than anybody else. I believed everyone should be lauded for their own particular talents. (BTW I hope my point came across that I admire your achievements sometimes I lose a bit of meaning in my thought process)
I've dated four highly accomplished women and no, that in itself wouldn't bother me.
What tends to come along with that though, is a grossly unbalanced relationship dynamic in which the guy might be fourth or fifth in her life, but she expects to be number one in his, even playing the "We get so little chance to be together" card when she's available for once and he has things come up in his life.
The other thing is that interacting with guys from the foundation that you're "too much" for them is a turn off. Nobody wants to date someone who is full of themselves, not leastwise over things that don't even represent your ability to be a good romantic partner. It's a counterproductive line of thought that is self-fulfilling: if you behave like you're too much for them, most guys won't stay very long, then you can go around telling people that guys won't date you because you're too much for them.
I would certainly be interested but would wonder what her personality is like. I would also wonder if we would even have time to spend together. Sounds like a very impressive girl but also quite busy. What is her typical personality like?
Instruments.. thats great... I know a lot of people that usually can play multiple instruments. When you can play one its not hard to learn others
Art, well... Art is a gift so thats nice... However when you say locally, meaning your local small town or a big city? If its a small town... well :/
A book... locally? Your only 20 when did you write this book... at 16?
Science is fun and pursing a PHD in marine Biology is fun... But if you live in a small town, which I have a feeling you do, Competition is low... but not bad. But you still have a looooong way for a PHD if your 20
Dancer since 2 hummmm
What makes me wonder about you is that you 'seem' to have all these talents but never excelled or choose to excel in any of them to your maximum. Doesn't give me a very cozy feeling because if I'm with you, you seem to want to put one foot through every door but never actually walking through completely
That's all well and good... but how's the rack? Kidding. Only a little bit.
But seriously, it can be a lot to handle for a lot of guys because that's a lot of accomplishments (though I'm skeptical about how someone can be going for a PhD when they aren't even of age to have completed an honours degree). All of those accomplishment would certainly be intimidating.
Yeah totally. You already know what you want in life and have goals. That's an attractive quality for me. Whether or not you have time for me that would be my concern. I don't want only see you when your preforming at a concert, or a dance or play. I would like to spend time with you. That would be my concern I guess.
The phd thing might be too much for men too handle. I am currently working on my master's and have a bachelor's degree and I can tell you if you had a phd I would not date you. I can play instruments too. Why does that matter? Good in science but the real question is are you good in bed? Can play lots of sports, this would be attractive. I and my girlfriend playing basketball together sounds like a great way to connect. Good in art? I don't see why this would matter to a man. I would then turn my attention to your personality whether or not you are shallow or a gold digger. So all of those qualifications are cool but not needed so my answer is, no.
I voted A for sure, only an idiot would not be attracted to some of your many lovely qualities and activities. I have always been attracted to anyone that can sing, has a British/Australian accent, and talented at that. No offence or anything, but this does kinda seem like bragging? Then again, many people would kill to have the talents you have (myself included).
Some guys can be intimidated by your acheivements and high personal standards, or they can be challenged and rise to the occasion. Your life is yours and there is someone who can match you, or compliment you in your life's journey. Don't consider yourself incompatible for anyone else already... be proud of your accomplishments. Also, you forgot to say that you're gorgeous :-)
You have a lot of interests and that alone is good along with your accomplishments but to be honest personally the reason I wouldn't go for it is because I feel have no accomplishments even in my own interests like art. I have a hard time motivating myself. You wouldn't be the problem but a guy like me. I say go for someone who you would kinda look up to and share a third of your interests
I'm not trying to be mean, but you make it seem that you're just looking for attention. Many guys would kill for an actual smart woman with great goals in life, and it's common sense that many guys would go for a girl like you.