If you still aren’t convinced, here are 17 other ways to tell: He checks your phone.And not just your call log and texts – he wants to know if you’ve been getting chatty with someone on Words with Friends, whose pictures you’ve been liking on Instagram, and if you ever deleted your Tinder app. It’s not enough that you let him look through your phone to make sure you aren’t talking to any of your exes, now he wants the passwords to your email and social media accounts to make sure you aren’t doing anything online that he wouldn’t approve of. Just because you don’t want your privacy invaded doesn’t mean you have something to hide, but your unwillingness to cooperate to his search and seizures just makes him all the more suspicious. You wanted to make plans with your friends for a change this weekend, but he isn’t having it.Like it or not, he’s your social coordinator, which means you’ll probably be hanging out with his friends again. Maybe he’s super health conscious and disturbed by your poor eating habits, but if he’s trying to force his lifestyle on you (vegetarian, gluten-free, paleo, etc.), he’s crossing the line. It’s one thing to tell someone when they look great in something, it’s a whole other thing when they demand you wear it…and even worse than that is telling someone what they can’t wear.Or guys can also be completely dismissive once they see me in person and say, "You seem much taller in your photos" or "I didn't realize how short you were until you got off that stool." I recently had one guy actually look over my head to see if the person he was meeting was someone else besides me. But of course in a completely contradictory way, I'm usually attracted to men who are much, much taller than I am.
Rather than trying to navigate through the world of dating in a healthy way, it’s easier to overcompensate for one extreme by simply developing another – giving up dating all together.While some people find that their height doesn't impact dating at all, others may feel that it allows for judgment, fetishization, and stereotyping.In a society where there are ideals of femininity and masculinity, it can be difficult for individuals who don't fit neatly into those boxes.) So excited to finally meet a man who pursued me I jumped at the chance to enter into a relationship with him.But the longer the relationship progressed, the more I was certain that he was not the right fit for my life. It’s a culture that embraces pleasure and passion as the foundation of relationship. Do you feel like you’re a little kid again, always having to ask permission and being punished when you don’t do something right?