So, as a preface, I'm a bit of a perfectionist. I may not admit it in normal conversation, but deep down I know that I am. I stand at 5'9.5" in the morning, and it decreases throughout the day by roughly a half an inch. Admittedly, I know that this is not a bad height per se, being the average in the United States, but it drives me INSANE. I wear shoes constantly to cope, I have specific locations throughout my house to check my height throughout the day, I constantly research the impact of height on perception--career or otherwise--, and I feel worthless in the eyes of women. It just bothers me so much that if a woman had an opportunity to create the ideal man, it would not be me. I think that this obsession is due to the fact that the only two girls who I've been interested in specifically rejected me for my height. In fact, my girlfriend cheated on me for a 6'0" soccer player and cited height as the reason. Another reason why this bothers me is that I stick out like a sore thumb with looking at my ancestry. My father is 6'2", my paternal grandfather is 5'11", my maternal grandfather was 6'5", and my uncle is 6'4". I'm just confused about why I didn't seem to get their genes. MY 13-YEAR-OLD SISTER HAS LARGER HANDS THAN I DO. Now, I understand that this behavior is incredibly illogical. I'm not even unattractive. In the least douchey way possible, I've even been offered spots in Abercrombie modeling on three separate occasions by three different people. In the past, people have even stopped me to tell me that I look like Chris Evans multiple times per day. While I don't agree with this assertion, it proves a point: I'm being very illogical. Please, short kings, enlighten me with your coping skills, because I'm in great need of them. I can't convince myself that it isn't a big deal, so I'll turn to you guys. PLEASE HELP.