Hello Therapist: I want to get married but get rejected for being tall; It’s creating a complex, what to do?

Today we have Dr Sonal Anand, Psychiatrist, Wockhardt Hospital, Mira Road here to solve your anonymous doubts.
Hello Therapist: I want to get married but get rejected for being tall; It’s creating a complex, what should I do?
  • 0
  • facebook
  • twitter
  • Share on whatsapp

Hello Therapist,

Hi, I'm a 28-year-old guy and looking for a partner to get married. I have also registered my name on a matrimonial site. I'm 6'4" and get a rejection because of my height. I've been rejected multiple times only because of how I look and it's creating complex in me. What should I do? 

Hello Pinkvilla Reader, 

6’4 is a good height to show strong bone development and good body genes. Height is something which is not really in our hands. In fact, a lot of boys are envious of boys above 6 feet. The average height for males in India is roughly 5 ‘5 and for females, it is roughly 5’1.

But we know now with better nutrition females are showing better development and it’s not uncommon to see tall females. Females have the advantage of adding height with heels as well. So, if you are being rejected for your height it just means that you need to focus more on your stronger points and self-development. A fit body can work wonders. Make sure your body looks well-built and your portfolio picture enhances your positive image. Try and enhance your portfolio with a new degree or short course. Better monetary status can help overlook other things. Make your presence felt on social media to increase contacts. You can find a suitable match in real-time on your own as well. Attend social gatherings and make sure your body language shows confidence. Yoga and meditation can help here in physical as well as mental wellbeing. If still, you feel low then you should seek professional help.

It is not uncommon to see tall guys with short wives or even tall girls with equal height or even shorter husbands. Making a stronger image will do the trick. Be patient... it takes time to find the right partner.

Do you have a question to ask? Email us your queries at editorial@pinkvilla.com with ‘Hello Therapist’ in the subject. Shh… don’t worry, we’ll make sure to keep everything anonymous!

Disclaimer: Hello Therapist is an infotainment feature. The information contained in these topics is not intended nor implied to be a substitute for professional medical advice, it is provided for infotainment purposes only. By submitting your queries to Pinkvilla, you agree that we may use and edit it partially /full for clarity and ease of understanding of our readers. The advice given is not be used as a substitute for consultation with a professional psychologist or other professional health or medical provider.

Also Read: Hello Therapist: I'm not good at studies & my family members think I'm useless; I feel depressed; Please help

Download the Pinkvilla App for latest Bollywood & Entertainment news, hot celebrity photos, lifestyle articles, fashion & beauty news,Hollywood, K-Drama etc . Click here