As the Stone Roses so eloquently put it, “I wanna be adored! There are numerous psychological answers behind the quandary that perplexes insecure passersby and jealous men staring at these couples across the crosswalk. Unfortunately for the illiterate, the answer lies with the illustrious Jack Kerouac, who once wrote, “The world would never find peace until men fell at their women’s feet and asked for forgiveness.” You know what? After years of broken hearts and deceit by the hot men we so yearned after, women are really just looking for someone to show a little worship, a little praise.
It's simply meant to inspire by showcasing examples of taller women who fell head over heels for men of modest stature.
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”As much as love is a drug, worship is an even easier one to get addicted to.
Some do it for a narcissistic ego-boost (if I can tear him away from his wife and kids then I must be really special), others do it because they have intimacy issues (if the person can’t commit to you then you don’t need to commit to them).
Then there’s the Ashley Madison reason of simply wanting no-strings sex and figuring someone who’s married is far less likely to want anything other than sex from you if they’re have someone who loves them at home.
Married men are healthier, more likely to be employed and more responsible: infinitely more appealing than some guy who still lives at home with his parents, gets his washing done by mum and is still ‘finding his feet’ career wise at the age of 35.‘Mate poaching’ is a contradictory phenomenon: you’re attracted to someone because they’re capable of commitment but if you’re able to seduce them, they’re clearly not capable of behaving in a committed way.