Dating the highly intellectual
The more our significant other causes us to expand intellectually, the more connected and attracted we are to them.Your significant other should be someone whose presence inspires you to expand your knowledge of whatever you feel innately called to discover: art, literature, music, poetry, politics, nature, you name it.If you can’t find a point of intellectual connection, it may be a sign that you weren’t that compatible to begin with.
For a new study, psychologists at the University of Buffalo, California Lutheran University and University of Texas questioned 105 men with a series of experiments and discovered that smart women made them feel less masculine. – that even though most men like the idea of dating an intelligent woman, put them in front of one and that attraction suddenly withers. In theory, men may like the idea of a partner with a successful career; perhaps it plays to their inner George Clooney.
” In fact, it’s a great idea to have a lot of thought-provoking questions on hand—you may never have to suffer through a boring date again.
You both might be brilliant experts in your respective career fields, but having an intellectual relationship doesn’t mean boring each other with stories about work all day. In fact, as Zach Brittle tells readers, shared meaning is the hallmark of a happy relationship.
I’m the founder of a bio-tech company that researches new approaches to neurodegenerative disorders.
As well as the Legion d’Honneur, a CBE and honorary fellowship of the Royal College of Physicians, I have 32 honorary degrees – all of which I’m really proud.