The guy doesn't quite know what's happening, except that the very trait that made him attractive in the first place is now causing tension. Let's say you're a CEO (or doctor, or lawyer, or some other authority figure).
Dating is not an afterthought for when you've taken care of everything else. Give him at least as much time and energy as your spreadsheet, term paper, chihuahua or Facebook page. Smart women can sometimes get really excited over a guy's resume, especially when he's gone to the right schools and held the right jobs. Fremantle is the perfect date spot - the water, the cafes, the rambling collection of markets, the galleries and beaches - and on a sunny Saturday it can’t be beat. because you know the way to anyones heart is through their stomach!Start with a meander along Freo’s cappuccino strip, stopping to have a poke around the Fremantle Markets.I've also been privy to the dating woes of hundreds of men who wrote me subsequent to their reading . Some smart women put themselves in a no-win bind when it comes to finding an intellectual match.A smart woman wants to date a smart man, since men less intelligent than her frankly bore her to tears.After your ride make a beeline for Highgate’s main strip where you’ll find Soloman’s: a raw, dairy/gluten free, vegan restaurant!Health freaks will go mad for the menu - there’s raw zucchini pasta, kale, green smoothies and quinoa galore!As far as anyone can tell, deep, meaningful relationships are . A smart guy knows exactly where he is on your priority list, and if it's too low, he move on. Then they get stuck in a miserable marriage and wonder what went wrong when everything seemed so perfect. All women are master overthinkers; smart women just have extra brainpower to burn on it. There's minimal correlation between a guy's resume and how good he can make you feel. If his company isn't fulfilling, you're probably with the wrong guy. So they're experts at twisting themselves into knots of doubt, indecision and self-sabotage. Stroll through an exhibition at the Western Australian Museum, wander through the outdoor displays, water features and sculptures - just take it all in. I love it when she can write a sonnet, use Euler's formula, code Perl, play a concerto, speak half a dozen languages, run a company, quote Chaucer, diagnose diabetes, compose a quartet and converse brilliantly.