We need to stop forming silly little leagues based on the shape of someone's cheekbones.
When you think like this, you can save yourself the heartbreak, time and energy that would have been associated if the person did pursue you and then you realized that you weren't a great fit together.
Take the first step towards combatting League Theory and look in the mirror. Remind yourself of that fact until you believe it as emphatically true.
But more than that, think about your talents, interests, passions, and values.
If you're thinking this right now, then you're still in the mindset of League Theory.
The problem is, when we say that someone is "out of our league," we begin believing it.
If you're innovative/curious/passionate/smart/funny/creative raise your hand! Now remind yourself that no one is out of your league, either.
There are several things you need to be aware of.• You can’t “make” someone like you. We all have to be ourselves eventually, and if you fool her, you’re doing a disservice to her (by lying) and to yourself by making yourself believe that people won’t like you for who you really are.• Women are people (albeit with lady parts).
So here's what it comes down to: We are all beings with worth, beauty and charm, even though our insecurities may tell us otherwise.
As I continue this journey of resisting what I call "League Theory," I've realized that everyone should feel the same.