Scott provided a shot of romance in my life just when I needed one badly.We went dancing on our first date, and I loved the feel of his strong hands on my back.Afterward, I will resume my first former major, which was psychology and finish the 2 remaining years.My situation was very difficult for a while as I couldn't continue college and had to quit for personal reasons but I've been back since 2011.
Hopefully you will all have fun meeting singles and try out this online dating thing...because in answer to your question, quality men (and women, of course) choose partners who bring as much to the table as they do, and unless you are beyond exceptional at age 19, you don't do that. It depends on your definition of a "quality guy."I think a quality guy is looking for an equal - not someone he can dominate.these people will all be significantly older than you and will probably have accomplished far more than you, to succeed in their rigorous professions. He would also be all the usual things - bright, funny, ambitious, has his life on the right track, yada, yada. And older quality guys don't date teenagers - that whole "equal partner" thing.The perception has always been white collar is better than blue collar.It's generally believed that white collar workers have a higher education, much better pay, a higher ceiling of potential advancement/pay, and more importance to their companies than blue collar workers.