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We both knew a lot about music, but even if i knew the answer, i’d never win a fight.

For that, we both remained grateful, especially as we moved on to date and, in my case, marry other people. At the time, even though I was increasingly frustrated, I let it slide, thinking he was simply an ambitious intellectual or perhaps overcompensating for his wounded ego. Let that kindness show through your actions and words, starting with how well you listen, and care to learn about the other person. He's so sweet and incredibly smart, which is al of the many reasons I love knoa.

Dating mr. know-it-all

Cating are the best ways to spot a know-it-all. Neither of us got into the competitive program, but we exchanged contact info—back then, it was AIM screennames—and sent witty banter across the ether in the weeks following our respective tryouts. However, knowing their behaviors will make it easier for you to avoid getting caught in a no-win debate with a know-it-all. He just continues as if he simply knows more than me. Shifting goalposts, or moving goal posts, is a logical fallacy in arguments.

He came over to see my new place and help me get the lay of the land. It doesn't seem to matter if tell him I feel like he's being patronizing. Within the confines of our relationship, almost any topic was fair game. A know-it-all will take eating opportunity they can to correct someone on even the slightest indiscretion.

5 behaviors of a “know-it-all”

Think about it, because you already know who you are as a person—or at least you should. We met at an undergraduate theater audition that was equidistant from our home bases in different Midwestern states.

I'm a skeptic, academically speaking, so I don't assume to know better than anyone else on any particular topic. We purchased plants at Target and went to a forgettable film where we shared a jumbo Mr.

We agreed to i it slow in every sense of the word. After all, they perceive everyone else as lacking in knowledge. And that was one of the last times I bothered to write back.

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Very ugly. I once heard him lecture a counter clerk at a Tex-Mex t about chilies.

This quickly grows obvious when you start talking to them. They usually expose themselves as a know-it-all, by making it obvious through their behaviors and actions.

I should have spotted it sooner. And in every debate, they are always playing to win. His initial s were often long-winded explanations about how yoga had changed his life or why he nkow Wes Anderson was going to be huge.

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However, he IS pretty insecure, and he will often use his intellect over others to make himself feel better. When the conversation shifts to someone else, a know-it-all will always find a way to relate the conversation back to self. He just retorts that "he has more knowledge than me in general on XYZ subject. After all, learning something new is much better than pretending to already know it.

We are all better or worse at different things, and we all know a little more or less about different things. I drove into town with my teal Toyota full of moving boxes.

During one reconnection, I made the mistake of asking him for advice about buying a car. A few months later, when I was accepted into a university in the town where he lived, it seemed like we might have a shot at something more than virtual flirtation.

I'll listen to him, but if I interject anything other than, "that's a good point! He was a mansplainer.

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But not so that you sound smart or intellectual, trying to impress the other person. But like I said before, you need to get to know the other person and focus on learning all about them, and not just have them get to know you and all about everything that you like. Nothing is attractive or appealing about a person who is daying arrogant and consumed with themselves that they only want to hear themselves talk, rather than have an open mind towards getting to know another person and letting them talk and speak their mind.

In fact, their ego is huge. Be humble. Know-it-alls manifest several basic traits and behaviors because they think they have all the knowledge they could possibly need. Along the spectrum of damaging and abusive exes who litter apl road of relationships past, he was one of the few truly decent guys who never hurt me.

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