Also, don’t challenge a short man to a wrestling match because all their strength is quite compact and you’ll get winded.
But it’s no more of a syndrome than I have for being tall.
You may also need to focus on what you do like about him (his personality and good looks), rather than what you may not like about him (his height).
Many women scoff at the idea of dating shorter men, and and a poll claims it's actually the vast majority of women.
When people say, ‘Oh God, I could never do that,’ I want to tell them that there are so many worse things a boyfriend could be. I’m slightly beanpole-esque and my boyfriend is built like a tank (a nice tank.One that looks good in boxers and gives good hugs), which means that when I can’t stand up, he can bulldoze through crowds while supporting my weight.When I went to take my shoes off to kiss him on his birthday last year, he said, ' No! I feel like Tom Cruise in the late ’90s.’ What’s syndrome-y about that?It doesn’t even enter my conscious mind anymore – apart from when my editor says, ‘Let’s find someone who has a shorter boyfriend than them to extol their virtues,’ of course. How To Spot A Mummy's Boy And What To Do If You Suspect Your Boyfriend Is One Ask An Adult: How Do You Get Over A Broken Heart?), but back to the point: this warped attitude that tall guys = protective is a bizarre one. And secondly, my 5ft 7in (ish) boyfriend is way better at batting off creepy guys in clubs than my 6ft something ex was (despite the fact that I’m perfectly capable of sticking up for myself, obvs).