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But I’m hoping that it isn’t a delusional myth to assume that sometimes a guy leaves a girl not because she isn’t awesome, but rather because she is awesome and that scares him.
Retired Navy SEAL Marcus Luttrell became famous after his harrowing experience during Operation Red Wings in Afghanistan, which became the subject of the Oscar-nominated film "Lone Survivor." Recently, the military veteran has made headlines again for a Facebook status he posted about a very different topic -- fatherhood.
Give her the respect she needs to grow into a well adjusted, confident young woman. " When this "Feminist Father" tee went viral over the summer, people expressed similar thoughts about the kinds of "rules" that dads should keep in mind when it comes to their daughters' dating lives.
"It's her body and it is a wise father who recognizes that and educates her accordingly to make the best possible decisions," wrote one commenter.
Luttrell is dad to 3-year-old son Axe and 2-year-old daughter Addie.
In his now-viral Facebook post, he lists his demands for any future suitors that might want to date Addie when she grows up.
It's become a controversial subject that continues to question our First Amendment and privacy rights.
Therefore, I would like to figure out whether it is factually possible for a guy to reject a girl on the ground that she intimidated him. Everything about me matched up perfectly with what this guy was looking for.
I mean, it seems like there should be some very basic science pertaining to this issue, no? There remains an overwhelming abundance of support for the proposition that guys like girls who are hot, smart, awesome, and fun to hang out with, such that they will remain in relationships with girls who they believe meet those criteria and will reject those who don’t. We had genuinely similar interests and there was palpable chemistry between us.
Not to mention, every time he brought me around his friends, one or two of them would pull me aside and tell me what a great girl I was and that they were glad he was dating someone like me.
You know, the kinds of girls who think they’re coming across as totally hot and athletic when they post a Facebook status update about going to the gym, notwithstanding the fact that they’re 15 pounds overweight and probably consumed more calories in Smart Water than they burned on the elliptical (while flipping through the pages of magazine, of course).
The type who is practically the poster child for He’s Just Not That Into You used to seem to me to be the most likely to over- and misuse the excuse of intimidation when consoling herself in the face of heartbreak.I was literally convinced that I was the perfect girl for him. And after analyzing every single second of our interaction at least 100 times, I really can’t come up with anything that makes any sense other than the fact that I was perfect for him—too perfect, in fact. The problem, though, is that I can’t quite pinpoint why it would be scary for a guy to be with an awesome girl.