Dating female engineers
While female engineers are a smaller group than most, there is still a wide range of personalities involved.
So, not everyone fits inside the box of what you may think of as a stereotypical female engineer.
Her last boyfriend even left her for someone who worked in the fashion industry!
At the risk of sounding like a magazine agony-aunt, let me have my two-cent’s worth on this topic.
That's what compelled me to write What compels me to write this article today is a recent trip to the Harvard-Yale Game festivities, reminding me of how smart, educated women routinely sabotage their own chances for romantic fulfillment.
Because, as fabulous as these ladies are, all of their failed relationships have one thing in common: themselves.
In my personal experience and from what others have told me, guys generally tend to be very intimidated by a woman who is in a highly technical field.
She wants to be able to hold a stimulating conversation with her partner and to know that he's at least equal to her (if not better) in this department.
Intelligence is a dictator and if your not on the same mental level with them, then you would have these problems. This is a source of constant frustration for me in my relationship, because I'm a direct person.
I come from a family of 14, and being selfish is something I do not understand. As a nurse, she asks patients simple questions all the time. My mom turned and gave me a secret smile when she was finished. I love him, but man, it gets old doing this 10 times a day!
I, for one am convinced that guys are intimidated by smart or technically-focused women. This is what most young, female engineers feel they need to do to attract men. For one, we are not naturally the life of the party.
Not only are we – for the most part – more inclined to being introverted or socially awkward, but we also have serious studies and careers to think about.