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Since they’re on a whole different level, I’m pretty sure they can’t identify with the rest of the population. This means brainy guys probably have a hard time feeling fulfilled. Or it goes the opposite way; they don’t know the value of hard work because they’ve never had to make an effort to keep up with everyone else, therefore they’re lazy.There’s no bigger turn off for me than a guy who’s unmotivated.Carney chalked the phenomenon up to today's "knowledge economy." Less intelligent women have more leisure time because they aren't financially rewarded for staying in school or working long hours, Carney reasoned, and they seek out a smart partner as a means of "economic advancement." As Carney put it, "dumb chicks have both greater opportunities and greater incentives to try harder to date smart men than smart women do." Carney says a hardworking hedge funder who Wright interviewed provided a similar explanation, asserting that successful men (like him, presumably) date less successful women not because they want "women to be dumb" but rather because they want "someone who prioritizes their life in a way that’s compatible with how you prioritize yours." The hedge funder, for example, dates a kindergarten teacher, and a kindergarten teacher "has a more flexible schedule, she’ll be able accommodate me," he explains.Kindergarten teachers, we imagine, are unlikely to appreciate the implicit connection the hedge funder makes between their profession and an inferior degree of professional success. Or are me and the anonymous hedge fund guy onto something? CNBC's Nicole Lapin doesn't think Carney's onto anything. However, there are a few reasons I could never date someone with a high IQ again. Even though I know it’s crazy, I’d never feel like I deserve him. I have plenty of brilliant friends and I even had a three-year relationship with a super smart guy.I want to share new experiences and be spontaneous with my guy once in a while. Because smart people tend to be more reclusive, they don’t have as much sex. Either they’re more likely to think of the potential consequences of having too many sexual partners or they’re just too busy trying to solve world problems.These are great qualities to have, don’t get me wrong—I wouldn’t want a guy who sleeps around, but I wouldn’t date a virgin either. He’d likely win every argument even if he wasn’t actually right. If I dated one, he’d probably correct me a lot, which would get annoying fast.
The smart guy I dated was a loner and it definitely contributed to our breakup. Smarties are less likely to try something new because they don’t want to risk potentially looking stupid.He refused to even spend time with my family because it made him so uncomfortable. I imagine they feel a lot of pressure to live up to their label.Because of this, an intelligent guy might not be as adventurous as a dude with average smarts.I want someone who has He probably wouldn’t relate to me.Learning and comprehending everything is easy for brilliant minds, so they have a harder time empathizing with normal people and their struggles, right? Life is easy for smart people, so they should be happy, right? It’s all about the term “ignorance is bliss.” Smart people know how much they don’t know, whereas dumber people are more gleefully ignorant. Since they like to work towards a goal, geniuses can be workaholics, which doesn’t leave much room for a relationship.
Science shows that intelligent people benefit from being in a relationship with other smart people.