People love to analyse couples don’t they? We’ve all been there, when we intentionally or unintentionally judge relationships – especially if they’re outwardly confusing. If there’s a mismatch in any way, whether it be style, appearance, success or otherwise, we hear them talking.
When someone sees a beautiful, strong woman with someone they label as an average Joe, they start to question it – ‘punching above their weight’ comments are thrown around. Everyone presumes he’s super rich or (ahem) well equipped, but the answer is that he probably is just a really great guy. Guys who people write off as ‘regular’ actually make the best partners, and this is exactly how normal guys get extraordinary girls…
They Don’t Play Games
There’s no game, they aren’t playing with anyone’s mind when they’re pursuing her. He texts first, he doesn’t make her jealous, he goes for what he wants and takes it. He’s not dramatic, he’s not starting extra drama and he’s not putting on a show. It’s simple and straight forward which is far from average. An amazing woman deserves a dependable, easy love.
Complicated, intense love isn’t always better. Everyone’s had that one relationship that was up and down, and there were always questions. With a normal guy, there is never a question. The relationship is always up, and she doesn’t have to be insecure about anything.
They make you laugh
If he can make her laugh, he’s far from average. Regular guys have some of the best senses of humour, and laughter is the key to a woman’s heart.
Her successes are his successes, and he isn’t intimidated
They aren’t dominating
When people say that these guys are normal or average, they really mean that they aren’t domineering in the relationship. More than likely, it’s an even playing field which is grounds for a great relationship. They hold their own with a powerful woman, and their relationship is better because he isn’t trying to control her.
He makes her feel important
You may see average, but she’s in love
They pay no mind to what people say
They’re both happy with who they are and who they’re with.