Dating female athlete
Pro athlete or not, it’s a man’s character that should stand on it’s own.
Once the touchdowns, the fame, the recognition gets taken away (and at some point it will), what kind of guy is left?
Stable or not, watching my best friend play each Sunday on the field was exhilarating.
I enjoyed being proud of him whether his team won or lost.
Yes, there were the upsides of never really having to worry about finances, living in a beautiful home and driving nice cars, but for me, those all became downsides.
So many girls I knew were absolutely happy with settling down in a nice house with their professional athlete partner but that was just it — Professional Athlete partner.
My earliest memories involve tailgating and my grandma attempting to paint the Dallas Cowboys logo on my face - 7 beers deep (she’s a champ, so it was legible)! As I pursued that, I was thrown even more into the world of sports, starting from college sports and eventually to the pros.
The only serious relationship in my life (by serious, I mean pick-up-and-move-across-the- country for someone because marriage was a real possibility) was to someone that played football for the Minnesota Vikings.I'm an educated woman with her own career who happens to love competitive sports perhaps more than most women.I am 5-foot-3, just over a hundred pounds, but on the inside, I am a 6-foot-4, 230 pound linebacker.Naturally you date someone with similar interests and as a result a few of them played professional sports.Don’t get me wrong, I’ve dated a doctor, news anchor, even a bartender.