My current guy has very simple views on life and doesn't really take on intellectual challenges. I'm not sure I will be able to respect him in the long term. Aliza Dear Aliza , You're not being petty to want to connect to the man you are dating on an intellectual level.
However, there are a number of ways to connect to someone intellectually, and dating partners, as well as life partners, don't have to be intellectual equals in order to relate to each other well.
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