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Can people merely not converse without reflection as to what one does for a living or how one is educated? I would not have thought it important at all but it always seems to breed an inferiority complex. would come up in a conversation unless you mention it.
I have found that dating without phood involved is difficult. I have been married 34 years and still remember the physical sense of this person I married. I was open and probably humble and did not have a gazillion expectations. Can people merely not converse without reflection as to what one does for a living or how one is educated? "I'm a scientist / geologist / rockhound" would do just as well.
Unfortunately many people actively avoid new ideas simple because they don't fit into their understanding of the world.
Dating a Ph D is not any different than dating a person who digs ditches.
One friend wanted to teach Political Science, so he did the Ph D route. Someone who has a Ph D is generally going to be interested in ideas and will fit new ideas into his or her worldview, or modify the worldview accordingly."I am better than you" might be hard to hear without feeling "no, you're not." It's not inferiority, it's a keeping things equal in response to an assertion that things are not equal. But I've been told many times that I could do, if I just applied to study for one. Personally, I'd rather date a checkout girl than a lecturer, as I've met both, and checkout girls tend to be more interesting. most people want what they bring so if education matters it is not unrealistic to date people who find it important as well......