Might you be cautious of lifelong bachelors, separated people, and intense lawyers and shrinks? Sure. But you might be similarly cautious of anyone who is:
Successful (too ambitious, workaholic, puts his drive over his wife)
Attractive (too vain, too shallow, too narcissistic)
Intelligent (too arrogant, opinionated, difficult, moody)
In other words, EVERYONE has issues – and we can’t spend our lives avoiding all only children, or all divorced men, or all psychologists.
We need to take each person at face value and judge on merit, rather than prejudice and stereotype.
Put another way, what would someone say about you, if they were being highly critical and discriminating?
If my wife bought into that – and tried to protect herself from the admittedly slutty, 35-year-old “dating expert” who’d passed up over 300 women and never had a relationship for longer than 8 months – well, then, it would have been both of our losses.
I’ve said it recently, and I’ll say it again: don’t judge a book by it’s cover. Read the whole thing, and if you don’t like it, then don’t read the sequel. Anything less than that, and you’re discriminating without knowing the full picture.
Put another way, what would someone say about you, if they were being highly critical and discriminating? Takes Prozac? Makes no money? Single cat lady? Too independent?
How unfair if someone didn’t see past that label to the true you inside…
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