His teeth were yellowed from so many years of drinking coffee, and his breath was nothing to write home about. Would you date a guy who's flawless physically, but not the brightest bulb? I wasted a few years staying home playing video games, never trying to meet people or make new friends. So with the thought of wonky mouths on the brain, I thought this week I'd ask ladies their thoughts on teeth. I get nitrous every time I go. Anyone who tells you differently is selling something.
The world is full of people who will tell me I have the wrong kind of body and tell me I should hate myself for it, why should I help them with their work? A spot of discoloration here and there, maybe 1 tooth in the front that is not quite in perfect alignment. I went on a couple of dates with a guy, and I was feeling it more than he was. I am reasonably attractive but didn't put in work to get that way. She got picked on about it, but I didn't see anything at all wrong with it. If its through bad hygiene or illness and he hasn't had them seen to - still the same thing. Too bad, we can't just order a partner right from the factory! I just want to add that the confidence thing was confusing for me as well. You live in a place not reachable by public transit? I used to be terribly afraid of the dentist myself.
If you look around, you will find that all sorts of people find love irrespective of how they look. Do you feel better or worse about your life due to his presence in it? Someone who rejects your bad teeth is rejecting your history of depression and the resulting poverty or lack of self-care. Sorry, my vagina just sewed itself shut. I'm not talking of teeth whiteners, but the lucrative cosmetic dental whitening centers which are incredibly popular. If the person i was dating wasn't physically attracted to me then i would not want them to date me, no matter how well we got along or how much fun we had.
You and he are not going to grow together as people if you cannot face crucial, difficult, perhaps embarrassing and frightening issues together. If he's poor and has no dental insurance that could explain it. No one is asking you to support a family at this point in time, just to be ready to meet people, talk to them, and see what happens. I still love him and kiss him. For me that would be a major problem.
I deal with this every day in my practice. I dated a guy recently who was great in almost all manners so I thought I'd give it a try, except that his teeth were rotting in the center. Is he as cool as Commander Logic? I have huge gaps between my front teeth, they are not the whitest,. By the time I was in college I had kissed all of… no one. I'm also quite sure that you make the problem bigger than it actually is cuz you're self conscious. So my advice would be either save up some money if good teeth will make you happier and it's worth all the time and expenses or try to start loving yourself. Otherwise, you'll just have to find some for your pointless bitchery needs.
I don't like my nose, everyone has something about themselves they don't like. I've got to admit that it would be a deal breaker for me also. Outside beauty doesn't attract me as much as I thought it might once. He's going to be in pain if he isn't already. Have faith in yourself, and smile! Reading about this guy made me feel a lot better. I like giving everyone a chance and if we connect then we connect.
It's not that the condition of his mouth itself is grounds for a breakup, but the fact that you cannot work together to improve such a fundamental condition. I am able to hold conversations, I am pretty confident, I like to listen to people, etc. If you cannot do that, then the relationship is not helping either one of you. Only got a girlfriend if they asked me out. I had a dear friend who died from an infection that began with a tooth. I am not shallow but I know I am pretty good looking and people think I am beautiful.
Low-grade infections in your mouth cause lots of problems in the rest of your body in addition to making you feel terrible all the time. While I do want you to take care of your teeth to the extent that you can now floss, brush, use a tongue-scraper, mints, mouthwash and seek professional care as soon as you can, I vote that you take those mossy Shane McGowan teeth of yours out on the town. Still, it bothered me more and more that he was almost comfortable with not having any teeth. Some people like more tongue, some people like less tongue. I went to school with a boy, whose teeth were all black, because of an antibiotic he was given as a child. And as for white people vs black people? Like really yellow or just not blazingly white? Not everyone would have the money to get porcelon veeners to hide them.
This was surprising to me, because my whole life, I would always judge people by their teeth. He had the sweetest personality, but he was so embarassed by his teeth that he never smiled. However the teeth make me think about saying fuck it and running the other way. Would I get rejected due to the slightly crooked teeth, in your criteria? You could try hypnotism, but getting your whole family to go for that would be tough! I try to think about it as letting my personality shine out. For one thing be really, really super happy! This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
That's probably also why I've never had a boyfriend cause I hear everywhere how important a girl's smile is to guys etc etc cause otherwise I'm pretty attractive and a nice, good girl. The writer quotes friends at school who dont think racism still exists. So when I take this fat ass out on a date, I drive it like I fucking stole it. His breath makes me gag he's also a smoker! A lot of us have money problems - but if you can afford dental work and don't get it. After that, he had a smile that matched his heart. I don't know what to do because there is no way I cannot talk to him about it but at the same time I don't know how. Learn not to project your insecurities forward, and be the parts of yourself that you do like first, and you can be an interesting date.