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If you're holding off on dating until you've lost the weight, bought better clothes, or are a brilliant future version of yourself, you've set the worst goal ever. You may think you'll be shinier, cooler, or more desirable in the future, but really what you're saying is that you don't think anyone could like you now. She was admittedly on the heavy side but had never kept it a secret or masked it in her online profile.
(The long-term relationship came about in a kind of roundabout way — the old “hanging out at the same bar turning into spending a lot of time together and then developing into a Thing after resistance on my part” plot. I haven’t even watched That Episode Of Louie because I feel like hearing the words in Sarah Baker’s monologue spoken aloud, instead of just in my head, will make me legit break down.
His charming response: “You’re not really my type.” “Oh really? Here's an interesting tidbit for you: This guy is about 40 to 50 pounds overweight and balding. The number one thing I see on online dating profiles, regardless of the man's body size, is “Seeking someone Athletic, Toned & Slender.” It never ceases to amaze me.
If I’m not allowed, as an overweight woman, to look for Patrick Dempsey, then why should overweight men be seeking Jennifer Aniston?
Dear Polly, How do you make yourself ready to drop your defenses? I’m a single lady in my late 30s who has been pretty much on my own for the last few years, since my only long-term relationship broke up.
I have a decent-ish career and a fairly active social life.