He (or she) is too tall, too attractive, too smart, too funny, too ambitious or just too plain awesome to be interested in you, right? I've come to the realization that no one is truly "out of my league," and here's why.Let's get this straight: this is no self-serving, pretentious piece proclaiming my alluring charm and dashing good looks. I still struggle with my body image issues and self-esteem just like many others do.After you create your account, you'll be able to customize options and access all our 15,000 new posts/day with fewer ads.Just got back from a first date with a girl waaay out my league.There is a phrase that I'm working on eliminating from my vocabulary, and it's one that we all use too frequently.When analyzing the potential compatibility between ourselves and a suitor, oftentimes, the "he's out of my league" excuse comes into play.Does anyone else date someone out of their 'league'. He gets a lot of attention from girls but had social anxiety so found it difficult making friends/ seeing girls. If I'm complete Ly honest I would say I'm a 7/ 8.5 (with make up) BUT I find that in general the percentage of 'attractive' girls seems to be higher (I believe), so although I am okay, I don't stand out the way he does.My problem is sometimes I feel so insecure knowing that he gets soo much attention.
If you’re unfamiliar with the term, ‘out of my league’, it is a phrase used to refer to a person we think is superior to us (for example: hotter) and thus, ‘out of reach’, romantically speaking.
I sometimes wonder if we are only together because I was more patient with his slow efforts than other girls.
I also worry that the level of attention he gets may become very tempting one day.
We went to the museum's "adult night" -- the theme this time was "the science of love." It was fun. But when I get in the car, alone, THAT's when the real me, the confident, flamboyant, creative, funny me comes right out.
I find my voice is too high and I'm too "nice" and not creative/funny enough in these first date situations.