Let’s face it, intelligence is the hottest new criteria when it comes to dating. More and more people are gauging their partners based on their conversation skills, interest depth and intellectual achievements.
It’s not difficult to find your own Mark Zuckerberg, but do you know what you’re really signing up for when you’re dating someone smarter than you? Is it their ability to analyze problems and solve them efficiently? No one can judge a person’s intelligence through these things alone.
I'm not sure, but he wanted my advice on the best time to have sex in a new relationship. "And certainly later than you wish." I stressed the importance of going slowly, of getting to know the other person well. For years before that, he had been devoted to her — accompanying her to doctors' appointments, administering her medications, handling all aspects of her care.
Now, it looked as if she would never be discharged and that the hospital might remain her permanent home. " "I'm not going to tell you what to write, but say something in the first sentence that shows who you are." "Could I start with something like: 'Devoted caregiver to my wife for several years...'? "You're bound to get responses from women who've been caregivers themselves.
Among the first to approach me after the session was a woman in her late 60s. The two of them have been happily living together for 10 years now. "Many men find women their own age or older to be more confident — and sexier. Find a man who wants a smart, lively companion, not a youngster or a visiting nurse." Had the man behind her heard me utter the word "sexier"? His wife had been in a psychiatric hospital for the past six years, he explained.