Don’t vent or complain about their height preferences or “call them out.” If you must vent, do it around guy friends or with your therapist.Whining and complaining are unattractive because they make you look weak and insecure. David wrote an article, Hey Short Guys: How To Become Taller which explains ways shorter guys can come across as more dominant and confident, and therefore more attractive.Then make a joke that acknowledges the weirdness ("Full disclosure: I changed three times! (If he honks from your driveway, wave him in for just a minute while you grab your purse and jacket.)Your instinct may be to ask a bunch of questions to get him to open up, but that can feel like a college admissions interview.
I'm 21 and I've finally finished university and I'm back at home.
It makes sense because short men are often bullied for something outside of their control (height). And, gaining confidence isn’t as easy as saying “be confident.” However, it is essential for getting dates.
First, don’t whine or complain about your height around women.
If you think he might pick up the check or don't know how much food to order, ask him what he's getting and choose a dish around the same price. If he really insists on paying, thank him and say you'll buy him ice cream next! Don't rush out of the car when he drops you off — move closer to him and keep eye contact. Play it cool and let him reach out to you: Texting first can seem overeager.
If you want to go out again, let him know by bringing up something you talked about earlier ("So when do I get to beat you at Guitar Hero? If he's interested in you, you'll probably hear from him by the end of the day.
This puts you in a position that probably won’t feel very good to you. So, in order to prevent the emasculating dynamic described above, you’ve gotta take some initiative and ask that fine lady out!