Dating a guy with a big nose
Is this person worth even the privilege of getting to know you when they have shown such lack of respect?Well, I think you know the answer to those questions.
My self-perceived imperfect nose haunted me (excerpted from “Facebook Conversations” following Koul’s article listed above).And in reality almost all of them—or their variants—fall short of being in perfect balance and harmony with the rest of the face. Moreover, it didn’t take all that long for them to get used to the “newness” of their improved appearance.In a sense, such perfection, paradoxically, might best be seen as an aberration. (And to get a better idea of what rhinoplasty can potentially do for your attractiveness, take a look at these—presumably, untouched—online before-and-after photos.) (2) Stick with your "birth nose" and, however begrudgingly, make your peace with it. ---To be notified whenever I post something new, I invite readers to join me on Facebook—as well as on Twitter where, additionally, you can follow my various psychological and philosophical musings.If you notice that you can’t seem to have a decent conversation with them without them mentioning something about your big nose or being unable to follow up with you because they are distracted, they probably don’t like your nose. You realize that this person hasn’t taken any of your past conversations seriously. You realize that you seem to be the one who is doing all the initiating of conversations or requests for dates.Is this truly the person you want to be devoting so much of your time to?