Would dating someone out of your league make you feel insecure in the relationship?


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  • I think at first it would, but then I'd realize what a baller I am for capturing such a beautiful creature.

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  • I wouldn't think so. Because if she's dating me, then she must truly like. That doesn't mean she really does. But then again, who would waste their own time dating someone that they don't like?

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    • Thank you very much for MHGO.

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    • You may think that they won't cheat, like they couldn't even if they tried.
      If you have money, it gives a certain security to the other. Yes, it's important if the other is having difficulties.
      You expect them to be grateful to you, when you aknowledge you are superior, which leads to the original question.

      In an ideal world, these questions wouldn't exist. But we know better than that

    • @mikemx55 I'm not saying she wouldn't cheat. But if she was dating me, it's not likely that she would.

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  • Someone being "out of your league" is merely a negative mindset that people hold because of their own insecurities getting in the way of them seeing their own charms and attractiveness that obviously drew in their partner to them in the first place.

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  • No one is out of anyone's league.
    I'd date anyone who wants to date me and I will always feel secure about myself

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  • Seems this is a sad commonly held male anxiety that women are simply waiting to trade them in for a better model. I'll get rid of someone for being a douche and stay alone than to jump to another guy.

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  • There is always going to be someone smarter, or better looking then you. If you waste your time worrying about things you can't control, you will be a mess. Just enjoy the fact that a beautiful and intelligent woman is interested in you, because of your unique qualities.

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  • Not really, unless he would put me down a lot. I've dated a guy who had a considerable amount of money but was humble and wouldn't flaunt it. I've also dated a guy who was a teacher at a university... I felt he was out of my league because of job status, and I was still working towards my degree.

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  • I don't consider any woman out of my league because that is just a self-defeating attitude.

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    • . . . and for every beautiful girl walking down the street, there's a guy somewhere who got tired of putting up with her shit! Just because she's pretty doesn't mean she's a good catch.

  • Out of ones' league isn't accurate, it's more like the person has a certain standard, or ideals about what their partner would be, and the other person doesn't meet that, or they at least feel like they don't. So it's not actually the reality, but rather just in their mind. Some exceptions of course, as always.
    I would like to say (relevant to some extent), that just because someones' appearance doesn't leave you drooling when you first see them, doesn't mean you could not love them with time.

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  • Not if - and when - you trust the other person fully.

    I was once asked out by someone out of my league (back in school). I wasn't sure why: was she really serious, or was it just some sort of joke at my expense?

    (In that particular case, two days later I heard her telling her friend how desperate she was to meet somebody else, which got rid of any doubts there. Then a week later, a friend told me she'd been really upset about me dumping her...)

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  • It would a bit, and it doesn't help that I over think and worry about everything which wouldn't make it any better. And it would make me think what they see in me that they don't see in someone else who is in their league...

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  • Nope because I don't consider someone out of my league. Question is are we a match? Saying someone is out of my league is defeatist.

    For example, I'm more likely to go for a hot girl into Mastodon as opposed to a hot girl who isn't into them. Not that a girl liking Mastodon is a requirement lol but a huge plus. But the bottom line is, you gotta have some stuff in common beyond physical attraction

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