Dating a much shorter man

What I really want to say is, “I have trouble noticing the height difference because he’s a god in bed.” What’s your advice? Dear Clare, People definitely need to be prepared for this shocker.

Before you introduce him you should alert your friends and family by saying, “You’ve heard that good things come in small packages.

They looked at two sets of data, from 19, and identified 3,033 heterosexual couples.

(They restricted their sample to men between the ages of 23 and 45 cohabiting with a woman.) The men ranged in height from 4’6” to 7 feet; their height, in relation to their partners', ranged from nine inches shorter to two feet taller.

Our partners at How About We have made five suggestions for the right and wrong ways to approach and date a woman who is taller than you.21 percent of the short men in the sample coupled with women who had not completed high school, compared with 16 percent of average men and just 12 percent of tall men: Overall, short men are 75 percent more likely to couple with someone who hasn’t graduated from high school.

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